Police arrest, ID Bronx man linked to punching an MTA worker
Police have arrested a man connected to the assault of a Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker in the Bronx.
According to authorities, a 32-year-old MTA conductor was on the 6 train heading toward 3rd Avenue on Nov. 2 when he was randomly punched in the face. The suspect, identified as Kevin Douglas, 30, of the Bronx, then ran off.
Police apprehended Douglas Wednesday, and he is being charged for two counts of assault.