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Police have named and arrested the two Biden supporters who allegedly stole a "Make America Great Again" hat from a 7-year-old boy while punching his mother repeatedly outside the final night of the Democratic National Convention.
According to an advisory, the Wilmington Police Department identified 21-year-old Olivia Winslow as the first female suspect in connection with an "offensive touching" and robbery investigation involving the juvenile victim.
On Thursday, a little after 8:00 p.m., police were dispatched to the 600 block of South Justison Street.
Winslow was taken into custody yesterday and charged with second degree robbery, second degree conspiracy, and endangering the welfare of a child.
She was arraigned in Justice of the Peace Court 11 and released on her own recognizance, police officials reported.
Since, Wilmington Police have also identified 21-year-old Camryn Amy as the second female suspect, arrested for similar charges plus two counts of offensive touching.
Amy was committed to Delores J. Baylor Women’s Correctional Institute on $45,000 secured bail.
Right before the alleged assault, Winslow and Amy were captured on footage as the two women threatened and threw coffee at Students for Trump activist Katie Daviscourt.
"I'll whoop your a**, b**ch!" Winslow yelled.
When Daviscourt asked why the duo aren't pro-Trump, Amy called the president a child molester. To which, Daviscourt volleyed back: "No, but Joe Biden is."
In the initial incident, the victim's family was confronted after leaving a peaceful counter-protest and waiting for a table at a nearby restaurant.
"That's someone else's hat!" the young child had shouted as the Democrats retorted with expletives. He pleaded for his property back, to which one of the women responded: “Your mom f***ing likes Trump.”
The Biden supporters then tossed the Trump hat over a fence into a dirt-filled construction site where the mother-and-son pair could not retrieve it.
Dan Bongino urged President Donald Trump to replace the MAGA hat. Donald Trump Jr. responded quickly, telling him that the Trump family was already on it.
In response to the viral video that received 2.9 million views, the Students for Trump organization tweeted that the White House had called the boy yesterday.