Hathian police arrested Crow gang member ‘Malice’, wanted on several charges such as kidnapping and assault on officers, prostitution and begging on the 29th of March. Other charges, according to the official police record, include gang assault, conspiracy and resistance to arrest. However the gang member was not just sentenced to time in prison. Chief Andel and several officers brought the Crow member to Hathian Highway where she was suspended from the metal pylon outside of the Grind after refusing to hand out Easter eggs to people out on the street. At least five officers accompanied the Chief who ordered that Malice be hung up so that the public could pay to throw eggs and even beat the Crow gang member who was cuffed and tied up.
Two members of the public stepped up to throw eggs at the Crow gang member who managed to get hit in the face by an egg or two, with people on the streets taking pictures of the incident while the HPD officers and their Chief stood around watching. Chief Hendrich Andel promised people who ‘donated’ money a chance to throw things and beat Malice without any consequences and that the money would go towards helping feed poor children in Hathian. The Crow gang member shouted at the Chief and officers, accusing them of being homosexuals and liars. Malice Crow was left hanging for up to thirty minutes until she was taken down by Officer Kobbs and escorted into the back of a squad car and taken back down to the police station, covered in eggs and looking distressed. Witnesses to the scene seemed amused and did not seem to be angry by the incident since a few have been either violently attacked by members of the notorious but elusive Crow gang or know somebody who has been.