Torrance police identified the woman at the center of a social media storm over racist, anti-Asian tirades caught on video as Long Beach resident Lena Hernandez, On Wednesday, Hernandez berated two people in separate incidents at Charles H. The first incident to reach social media involved the woman now identified as Hernandez harassing a younger woman exercising at a set of stairs at Wilson Park. In the second racist outburst, she berated an Asian man in his car with two of his children present. Torrance police also indicated that they are investigating Hernandez in connection with another incident in October at the Del Amo Fashion Center. Torrance Police Chief Eve Berg said her department became aware of the racist incidents through social media Wednesday and worked first to identify the victims.
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A suspect in custody for an unprovoked knife attack against an Asian man in Chinatown on Thursday evening has now been charged with a hate crime, a police spokesperson tells NBC News. It's the latest in a string of attacks against the Asian community in New York City. The year-old victim was walking outside the federal courthouse near the corner of Worth Street and Baxter Street around p. Thursday when the incident occurred, police sources said.