31-year-old homeless who slashed Kingsbridge Dunkin’ Donuts employee across the face had 30 prior arrests

A homeless man who slashed a Dunkin' Donuts employee across the face in Kingsbridge had 30 prior arrests, according to police. Police say 31-year-old Ronald Thompson was asked to leave the store by

News 12 Staff

Mar 3, 2016, 10:45 PM

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31-year-old homeless who slashed Kingsbridge Dunkin’ Donuts employee across the face had 30 prior arrests
A homeless man who slashed a Dunkin' Donuts employee across the face in Kingsbridge had 30 prior arrests, according to police.
Police say 31-year-old Ronald Thompson was asked to leave the store by employees because he began undressing himself. 
Thompson left, but returned a short time later and slashed 35-year-old Daxa Patel across the face at the walk-up window, according to officials.
Patal has been working at the Dunkin' Donuts for more than seven years. Her husband, who is also her co-worker at the store, says she is recovering at home. 
Thompson now faces two counts of assault and criminal possession of a weapon.


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