A Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus driver was arrested on assault charges Thursday, reportedly for allegedly slugging a gas station manager in the nose over a lottery ticket in Flushing, Queens.
One of the suspects was caught on surveillance video punching the victim in the face before crossing the street and taking off with another man, police said.
The incident took place Tuesday at around 6:30 p.m. on 55th Street and 9th Avenue.
Four people have been arrested and charged in connection with a melee outside MetLife Stadium after the Jets game last week – including the man who was seen on video throwing a punch and the woman on the receiving end.
As bar patrons wrapped up a night of clubbing this past Saturday a woman found herself at the receiving end of a direct hit by an Elizabeth police officer.
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The Metropolitan Transportation Authority says the 35-year-old employee has worked with the agency since 2007.
James Schlau was arrested after prostitutes reported the attacks. His lawyer said Schlau frequented prostitutes but never raped them.
The two boys, both 10, were apparently horsing around when things turned rough. One allegedly threatened to get a knife and demanded the money.
Jameel Grant said a man walking on the sidewalk yanked open the back emergency door, hopped on board the school bus and began pummeling him with his fists.
Police have charged David Knudson with attempted murder in connection with the attack on the 32-year-old woman in Baldwin.