ICE admits migrants arrested at Arizona bus stop are NOT the men who fled New York City after being charged in cop beating…as suspects in Times Square attack remain on the run

The migrants arrested at a bus stop in Arizona are not the men accused of fleeing New York City after being charged in the Times Square police raid, authorities said.

Four men arrested in Arizona by Immigration and Customs Enforcement do not match the identities of the people involved in the Times Square attack, three senior law enforcement officials said NBC News.

This is after federal officials previously identified the arrested men as suspects who fled the city in the wake of the horrific attack.

“The four individuals they arrested were not connected to the New York City investigation,” a spokeswoman for the Manhattan District Attorney’s office said.

“To date, we have received no indication from federal authorities that they have detained anyone related to our case.”

Police sources earlier said four of the migrants charged in the Times Square attack – Darwin Andres Gomez, 19; Kelvin Servita Arocha, 19; Wilson Juarez, 21, and Yorman Reveron, 24, may have fled the city after using false names to obtain tickets from a charity that helps migrants.

The migrants arrested in Arizona on Tuesday (pictured) do not match the identities of the people involved in the Times Square attack, sources said

The migrants arrested in Arizona on Tuesday (pictured) do not match the identities of the people involved in the Times Square attack, sources said

Police sources said earlier that four of the migrants charged in the Times Square attack may have fled the city after using false names to obtain tickets from a charity that helps migrants

Police sources said earlier that four of the migrants charged in the Times Square attack may have fled the city after using fake names to get tickets from a charity that helps migrants

In all, six people were arrested in connection with the brutal attack on NYPD officers in Times Square on January 27, and police said as many as 14 people were involved.

Venezuelan citizen Yohenry Brito (24) was arraigned in Manhattan criminal court on Thursday and is the only one of the suspects being held on bail at Rikers Island.

The Manhattan District Attorney’s office said the $15,000 cash bail or a $50,000 surety was warranted because Brito was positively identified in video of the attack by a “distinct tattoo.”

Brito was already known to police for a series of prior offenses, including petit larceny charges for stealing $275 worth of merchandise from Bergdorf Goodman in October and $139 worth of clothing from Macy’s.

The Manhattan District Attorney’s office said the $15,000 cash bail or a $50,000 surety was warranted for him alone, because Brito was positively identified in video of the attack by a “distinct tattoo.”

The sixth suspect to be charged, Jhoan Boada (22), is believed to have remained in New York.

Boada was photographed raising his middle finger to the press waiting outside the court after his release.

Darwin Andres Gomez

Kelvin Servita Arocha

Darwin Andres Gomez (left) and Kelvin Servita Arocha were released without bail and are suspected of trying to flee

Wilson Juarez, one of five migrants accused of assaulting two police officers in Times Square

Yorman Reveron

Wilson Juarez (left) and Yorman Reveron are also on the run: they are accused of running down two policemen in Times Square

Jhoan Boada, 22, was arrested in connection with the attack and is pictured leaving the courthouse with his middle finger to reporters and a smile

Jhoan Boada, 22, was arrested in connection with the attack and is pictured leaving the courthouse with his middle finger to reporters and a smile

A sixth suspect, Yohenry Brito (24), was arraigned in Manhattan criminal court on Thursday and is the only one of the suspects being held on bail.  He lives in Rikers Island

A sixth suspect, Yohenry Brito (24), was arraigned in Manhattan criminal court on Thursday and is the only one of the suspects being held on bail. He lives in Rikers Island

Jandry Barros (21), a seventh suspect arrested, was released without charge due to lack of evidence. He also has a previous record with authorities.

Migrants who allegedly stole purses and mobile phones from at least 62 women were arrested in a raid on Monday.

Police arrested at least seven migrants, all believed to be from Venezuela, in a safe house in the Bronx after executing a search warrant.

One of the most shocking thefts involved a migrant on a moped dragged a 52-year-old woman along a Big Apple street to steal her phone — a robbery caught on surveillance footage.

Police are looking for the leader of a group of migrant ‘ghost criminals’ believed to be behind the ring of criminals who rob people.

New York City in particular has struggled under the weight of tens of thousands of migrants arriving at its borders in need of lodging and other accommodations.

In 2023 alone, the city handled the arrival of more than 100,000 migrants.

Mayor Eric Adams said the cost of New York City's migrant crisis is an eye-watering $4.6 billion as he pleads with the state for more money

Mayor Eric Adams said the cost of New York City’s migrant crisis is an eye-watering $4.6 billion as he pleads with the state for more money

Migrants who allegedly stole purses and mobile phones from at least 62 women were arrested in a raid on Monday.  One of the most shocking thefts involved a migrant on a moped dragging a 52-year-old woman along a Big Apple street to steal her phone (pictured)

Migrants who allegedly stole purses and mobile phones from at least 62 women were arrested in a raid on Monday. One of the most shocking thefts involved a migrant on a moped dragging a 52-year-old woman along a Big Apple street to steal her phone (pictured)

Mayor Eric Adams said the cost of the migrant crisis in New York City is an eye-watering $4.6 billion as he pleads with the state for more money.

New York State Gov. Kathy Hochul last month pledged to commit $2.4 billion to the crisis, more than double last year’s proposal.

But Adams claims it’s still not enough to cover the cost of caring for tens of thousands of people who continue to flock to the Big Apple ‘sanctuary city’.

“We are the economic engine of the state,” said Mr. Adams told lawmakers at the State Capitol in Albany on Tuesday.

‘And we’ve always been here for the state. We now need the state to be here for us in the city.’