Five of the seven migrants who were charged in connection to the attack on two NYPD officers have been offered plea deals.

The migrants, Ulises Bohorquez, Yohenry Brito, Edgarlis Vegas, Darwin Andres Gomez-Izquiel, Wilson Juarez, Yorman Reveron, and Kelvin Servita Arocha, were present in New York Supreme Criminal Court on Tuesday in front of Judge Laura Wood.

On Jan. 27, the migrants were charged with second-degree assault and the obstruction of a government admin. The incident occurred in Times Square when two officers, Lieutenant Ben Kurian and Officer Zunxu Tian, approached the migrants and asked them to move off the sidewalk.

A few moments later, one of the officers approached Brito, who pushed the officer’s hands out of the way and attempted to physically move him to the center of the sidewalk against the facade of a nearby building.

According to Judge Wood, Brito —who was described as the worst of the defendants— was nabbed last week for petit larceny after a Brooklyn Priest posted his $15,000 cash bill in February.

“I am furious that Mr. Brito was rearrested and charged with petit larceny while he was out on this case,” Wood said. “I am very tempted right now to put you in jail. I am telling you right now if I learn you are rearrested for anything between now and the case is finished, I will order a warrant, and I will place bail so high you will not get out. If you jaywalk, jump a turnstile, or do anything at all, and I have to issue a warrant, you will not see the light of day until this case is over.”

Meanwhile, Wood has offered plea deals to Bohorquez, Brito and Gomez-Izquiel for them to serve a year in prison in return for pleading guilty to second-degree assault. Arocha and Juarez have been offered a separate deal to serve six months in prison for pleading guilty to obstructing a government administration.

On the other hand, an offer has not yet been made to Reveron and Vegas. However, Wood ordered that the migrants return to court on June 18, and if no agreement is reached, a trial date will be set.