Martinez and others beat a gay couple near Madison Square Garden in 2013.
The suspect asked a Jewish man, “What are you doing on my block?” before hitting him, police said.
Two separate acts of vandalism occurred within days of each other in the neighborhood this week.
Three Jewish men have been shot at with paintball guns in a week, police say.
The man in his 30s was walking in South Williamsburg when he was shot with a paintball gun, police said.
The attack, which took place Thursday in Ridgewood, is being investigated as a hate crime, police said.
James Dixon, 24, was charged Tuesday with manslaughter and assault in Nettles' brutal beating death.
Police dropped charges against a city worker whom they initially said was behind the brutal attack.
The victim saw Michelle Berrio, 43, walking down the sidewalk and pointed her out to police.
Joseph Caleca allegedly plowed into Sandeep Singh after telling him, "Go back to your country."
Martin Martinez was among a group that attacked the two men outside Madison Square Garden.
The victim suffered traumatic brain injuries due to the October attack.
The victim, 53, was hit with an umbrella at the Marcy Avenue train station in Williamsburg, police said.
A man was attacked by three assailants, two of whom were charged with hate crimes, officials said.
A nonprofit group raising money to cover the victim's expenses said she needs 24-hour supervision.
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