Three teens have been charged for this past week’s string of stabbings on the NYC subway
NYC is struggling to grapple with a serious increase in crime to the point that they can’t control it. As we reported earlier, multiple stabbings and robberies took place on the subway this past week. On Monday morning, we learned that the NYPD has arrested at least three teenagers ranging from 16 years old to 19 on robbery and weapons charges. Cops say that all of those involved violently attacked innocent train riders; stabbed them, and then robbed them in broad daylight across Manhattan. At least one more reported suspect is still at large.
The first of the many attacks happened at 4:26 am in Manhattan over the weekend. An innocent man was stabbed in the face but was later treated at a nearby NYU hospital.. He is listed in stable condition.
All of the attacks happened in the span of 11 minutes over the weekend indicating that it was a planned and coordinated attack. Moments later at the Astor Street station a 40 and 41-year-old man were both attacked by the group of teens one slashed in the nose.
Police are still searching for the remaining suspect.