The three teens, all from Jersey City, followed the homeless Hoboken man, Ralph Erick Santiago, 46, down a street back in September. One of the boys punched Santiago, causing him to fall back from the blow and collapse onto an iron fence, where he died after his neck was wedged between two posts, police said.
After the cops released video of the teens near the scene of the crime (screenshot above), they eventually turned themselves in. They are being held at the Hudson County Youth Detention Center without bail. Ironically, Santiago was disabled some 20 years ago in the Bronx after a similar attack, according to NJ.com.