Police: Man Believed To Be Behind Several Bias Attacks In North Brunswick

NORTH BRUNSWICK, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Police in North Brunswick, New Jersey say there has been a recent string of bias attacks against men of Indian descent.

As CBS2’s Hazel Sanchez reported, Rohit Patel has broken teeth and stitches, wounds impossible to miss. But his pain is more than skin deep.

The 57-year-old man said it hurts to talk after he was beaten over the head by a stranger.

Police said the attacker targeted Patel because he is Indian.

“My dad is a very fragile, innocent man who was just on his daily walk,” said Dipen Patel. “What went through your mind to see him and actually want to cause him pain?”

Patel’s son took Sanchez back to the sidewalk on Hartland Commons, where his father was jumped on Wednesday afternoon.

“He realizes there’s a car that’s stopped, keeps walking, and he realizes someone gets out of the car,” Dipen said.

Patel said that someone followed him for less than a minute before knocking him out with a blow to the head.

Police arrested Patel’s alleged attacker and identified him as 24-year-old Nyle Kilgore, who also lives in North Brunswick.

Police believe he may be responsible for several attacks on men of Indian decent in the area, and now Kilgore is free on bail.

“I don’t know. I don’t understand how you can have someone who is continuously committing hate crimes, violent hate crimes, and he’s able to get out the same night,” said Dipen.

With his alleged attacker out on bail, Patel said he’s afraid to leave home and so are many in the local Indian community.

The Patels find irony in the Independence Day weekend, while fear makes them prisoners in their own home, Sanchez reported.

“Once he’s in jail, we can feel a bit more freedom,” said Dipen said.

Patel and his wife just moved to New Jersey from the United Kingdom in May. And now, they may be moving back.

Police believe there may be more victims.

CBS2 tried to reach out to Kilgore, but were unable to reach him at his last known address.

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Giorgetto Giugiaro sells shares in legendary styling house to Audi

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Giorgetto Giugiaro and his son have sold their remaining 9.9 percent stake in Italdesign Giugiaro to Audi, and the two of them have resigned from the company that bears their name.

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adidas Originals EQT Guidance Channels Classic ’90s Design

When adidas Originals EQT Guidance made its return in 2014, it was warmly welcomed by sneakerheads who are partial to the Three Stripes and many who aren’t. The brand has released yet another iteration of the model rendered in an OG colorway of radiant blue, white and black. The sneaker stays true to the original ’90s running silhouette by featuring­ a wraparound tongue, mesh vamp panels and the signature upper branding.

Set for a global release on July 18, the EQT Guidance OG is testament to the timelessness of ’90s design.

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Corey Brewer Re-Signs with Rockets: Latest Contract Details and Reaction

Corey Brewer won’t be going anywhere after all. The 29-year-old small forward has agreed to re-sign with the Houston Rockets for three years and $24 million, per Yahoo Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski. CBS Sports’ Ken Berger added that it’s a straight three-year deal with no player or team options.

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Brewer played 56 games for the Rockets last year after moving to Houston in a December trade. He averaged 11.9 points a game on 42.9 percent shooting for the Southwest Division champions.

According to NBA.com, Houston had a 5.5 net rating when Brewer was on the floor, compared to a 1.4 net rating when he was off it. His 17 points per 36 minutes were also fourth on the team, per Basketball-Reference.

In what is a growing trend this offseason, ESPN’s Marc Stein reported the Sacramento Kings threw more money at Brewer than the Rockets but still lost out on the player. Stein also noted further detail: “Sources say Kings/Brewer talks actually broke off BEFORE serious offer stage. Brewer then re-engaged w/Rockets, where he wanted to be along.”

Meanwhile, Houston locked up one of its key bench options from last year. Brewer will continue to add depth to a roster that remains a bit top-heavy with James Harden and Dwight Howard. Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle is glad to see the team retaining its personnel:

Brewer is also excited about returning to Houston, per Feigen:

Sheridan Hoops’ Ben DuBose assumes this move will preclude the Rockets from landing one of the most coveted free agents still on the market, however:

On one hand, re-signing Brewer doesn’t necessarily address the Rockets’ biggest questions about their status as an NBA title contender. Houston could still have trouble navigating the loaded Western Conference come playoff time.

On the other hand, losing Brewer would’ve unquestionably made the Rockets a slightly worse team and left them in need of a wing to come off the bench.

Plus, $8 million a year will be a fairly reasonable amount to pay Brewer once the salary cap rises next summer.

Silver mesh lets users “wrap heat” around body parts

The heat-emitting mesh in action

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In order to treat injured joints, patients are often advised to apply heat. This typically takes the form of a hot water bottle or microwavable hot pack (which are cumbersome and cool off) or a heating pad (which needs to be plugged in). Now, however, scientists from Korea and the US have created a battery-powered thin mesh that applies heat and stays put.

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Drake Brings Out Skepta at Wireless Festival in London

Drake treats the London crowd to their hometown favorite

For the past few months, Hip-Hop’s growing obsession with grime has been increasingly evident. Whether it’s Kanye West featuring Allan Kingdom on his latest single, “All Day,” and performing with him at the BRIT Awards, or Drake’s promotion of recent Skepta music on his Instagram, there’s no disputing the fact that grime is making a major dent in American Hip-Hop culture.

So, it’s only right that as Drake headlines Wireless Fest in London, he brings out Skepta to perform his biggest single, “Shutdown.” Catch some rough footage above.

The Nike KD 8 “Hunt’s Hill Sunrise” Gets a Release Date

Among the many Nike KD 8 colorways in which Kevin Durant recently shared his inspiration, the “Hunt’s Hill Sunrise” is seen in greater detail today. Patterned behind a hill in Durant’s hometown in which he used to train at sunrise to build his stamina, this shoe highlights a vibrant Flyweave base married to contrasting Flywire cables. […]

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