We have an update on last week's very ugly incident in which a group of bikers assaulted an SUV and the man behind its wheel.
On September 29, a horde of motorcyclists chased down a car on the Henry Hudson Parkway after the driver (33-year old Alexian Lien) accidentally struck a biker who had cut him off.
As video footage depicts, the chase lasted four miles and a couple of the bikers eventually caught up with Lien at a red light, smashed his window open and dragged him to the street, pummeling him in front of his wife and two-year old daughter.
Now, following public outcry and an intense investigation, two of the attackers have turned themselves in to police.
Both have been charged with attempted assault, gang assault and criminal possession of a weapon.
Meanwhile, it's also come out that an off-duty officer was actually riding with the bikers and witnessed the confrontation.
However, officials confirm that he didn't step forward with this information until days later and he did nothing to stop the assault.
The unnamed detective was allegedly doing his own investigative work, has hired an attorney and is being looked at by Internal Affairs.
Following the attack, Lien was treated at a hospital for slashes to his face. His wife has hired lawyer Gloria Allred to defend the family's interests and said in a statement:
"My husband was forced under the circumstances to take the actions that he did in order to protect the lives of our entire family. We know in our hearts that we could not have done anything differently, and we believe that anyone faced with this sort of grave danger would have taken the same course of action in order to protect their family."
Lien's wife also made thee 911 calls during the case.
However, some bikers have called for Lien to be charged because they claim the entire incident started when he hit a motorcyclist on the highway and then sped away from the scene.
"That wasn't fear, that was aggression -- he ran over three bikes," a man who identified himself as Jose told reporters Thursday night. "Are we saying, if you feel nervous you can kill somebody? You can paralyze somebody? I think we need to charge him immediately."
Police continue to pour over video in the case in order to make determinations over who ought to be arrested.