Two Delaware Women Charged with Offensive Touching of Boy Who They Stole MAGA Hat From


WILMINGTON, DELAWARE – Two women who accosted a young boy wearing a MAGA hat have been identified and arrested by Wilmington, Delaware police.  Police charged Olivia Winslow, 21 and Camryn Amy, 21 with offensive touching, endangering the welfare of a child, robbery and conspiracy.   The women were caught on video committing the act against the child, which went viral this weekend.

Winslow was taken into custody on August 21, the day after the incident happened outside of where Joe Biden had just given his speech for the Democratic National Convention.   Amy was arrested Wilmington Police later in the day.

The video even caught the attention of the Trump family. Donald Trump, Jr. shared the video on his social media pages, “Last night, Joe Biden supporters viciously attacked Riley, a 7 year-old @realDonaldTrump fan. Joe Biden supporters stole Riley’s hat, ripped up his sign & made him cry. Watch. It’s on video. This is sick.”

The next day, Riley received a call from the White House.

On August 20 at approximately 8:08 p.m., police were dispatched to the 600 block of South Justison Street in reference to an offensive touching incident involving a juvenile victim.  The video shows the two women harassing the child and his mother after they improperly touched the young boy and then stole his hat.

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