Gas Station Attendant is Victim of Aggravated Assault
Fairfield (NJ) The Fairfield Police Department announces the arrest of Giorgi Nazghaidze (25) of Summit, N.J. for aggravated assault and Ilya Dzhikiya (54) of Staten Island,N.Y. for disorderly conduct for an event that happened on February 25, 2012. The incident that leads to the arrest occurred at the Gulf gas station, located at 6 Route 46 East.
It is alleged that Nazghaidze and Dzhikiya pulled into the gas station and instructed the attendant to remove a gas can from the trunk of their vehicle and to fill it with gas. The attendant declined and requested that the men remove the can and he would then help them as he was busy attending to other vehicles. Nazghaidze then removed the can and attempted to fill the can with gas. The attendant then told him to stop and to leave, at which time, it is alleged that Nazghaidze then punched the attendant in the face. An altercation ensued and it is alleged that Nazghaidze picked up a broom stick that was leaning against the building, and used it to strike the attendant. It is further alleged that Dzhikiya got involved to assist his friend.
Officers Frank Tracey and Brian Sabatelli were the first to respond to the incident and took the men into custody without incident. The attendant had an abrasion on his face but refused any medical attention.
Nazghaidze was charged with aggravated assault and faces an appearance in Superior Court in Essex County on March 1, 2012. Dzhikiya was charged with disorderly conduct and faces an initial court appearance in the Fairfield Municipal Court on the same date. Both men were released on their own recognizance. (It should be noted that the charges against the pair are merely allegations and that they are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law)
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