Police: Brooklyn man faces hate crime charges in stabbing aboard train in the Bronx
Police say a Brooklyn man faces hate crime charges following an assault aboard the 2 train in the Bronx.
Officers say Runadieo Jordan, of Downtown Brooklyn, walked up to another man at around 1 a.m. Wednesday and got into an argument.
Officials say Jordan used anti-gay language then stabbed the victim in the arm before running away.
The victim is expected to be OK.
Jordan is charged with two counts of assault as a hate crime, criminal possession of a weapon and aggravated harassment as a hate crime.