Four people arrested in connection to brutal Oklahoma assault that was recorded, posted on Facebook

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DEL CITY, Okla. – Four people have been arrested in connection to a brutal assault that was recorded and posted on Facebook, including three of the girls who committed the assault and the boy behind the camera.

The graphic video was posted to Facebook Sunday morning.

It shows a group approaching the young woman on S.E. 44th near Bryant.

The victim is pushing a baby in a stroller.

The person taking the video warns her of what’s about to happen.

“She about to hit it regardless.  I really just, I’m trying to look out for your baby for real.  Like move your baby because I don’t want your baby to get hurt,” he says.

She doesn’t move the baby but the girls start attacking anyway, hitting, kicking, punching and pulling her hair.

At one point in time, the stroller gets shoved forward.

Then, you can hear a loud honking as someone driving by gets out of her car and tries to make them stop.

“Shut the f*** up before you get hit too,” you can hear the person taking the video say.

When the Good Samaritan doesn’t back down, the girls start beating on her as well.

Someone eventually shoves her back to her car and the group starts walking away down the street.

“Shoulda minded your own business.  F*** ya’ll,” you can hear them say.

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The Facebook post had almost 50,000 views before the person who posted it took it down.

Today, Del City police told KFOR that they have arrested four people in connection to the assault.

The four people appear to be minors, so their names have not been released.

They are facing charges for assault with a deadly weapon.

Police also said they have identified the woman seen pushing the stroller in the video.

She was watching the baby for a friend of hers at the time of the incident.

Police say she did not sustain serious injuries.

The Good Samaritan who stopped to help has also been identified.

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