Salvation Army volunteer Bubba Wellens rings the collection bell outside a Giant grocery store November 24, 2012, in Clifton, Virgina. Salvation Army volunteers traditionally are seen collecting donations from holiday shopper for the needy between Thanksgiving and Christmas. AFP Photo/Paul J. Richards (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)
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By Maya Rhodan
December 22, 2015

Police in White Plains, N.Y. arrested two people for a reported assault on a legally blind Salvation Army bell ringer on Saturday

Juan Rodriguez, 30, and Audrianna Wignal, 21, are accused of punching the 41-year-old victim and throwing a Salvation Army collection bucket at him. Police say the two punched the victim on after they believed he cut them in line at a Smashburger restaurant. The victim was on his break at the time.

Police arrested the two alleged attackers at the scene and later charged them with assault.

[CBS New York]

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