NYC Police Arrest Man After He Throws 52-Year-Old Woman onto Subway Tracks in Unprovoked Attack

Meanwhile in the Democrat hell hole of New York City…

A 30-year-old Bronx man was arrested on Tuesday afternoon after being caught on surveillance camera throwing a helpless woman onto the tracks in an unprovoked attack.

Theodore Ellis was arrested and charged with first-degree assault and first-degree reckless endangerment, authorities announced. He was arrested after the police were tipped off by someone who recognized Ellis from CrimeStoppers fliers.

Security cameras captured the horrifying moment when the suspect lifted a 52-year-old woman from a New York City subway platform and threw her into the train tracks.

Greg Kelly shared a tweet regarding the identity of the suspect.

Fox News reported:

A 52-year-old woman was standing on the platform of the Westchester Avenue/Jackson Avenue subway station in the Bronx on Sunday afternoon when Ellis allegedly lifted her up and threw her onto the tracks, video shows.

Police said it was not immediately clear what preceded the attack or if the suspect said anything to his victim. The pair appeared to have been strangers to each other, cops said.

The woman was rushed to a local hospital where she was listed as being stable.

Ellis, who lives about five miles from the crime scene, is expected to appear before a judge late Tuesday or early Wednesday.

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