The NYPD arrested a suspect who could pour urine on the bus driver

The police Department of new York (NYPD) has arrested a man, who, in their view, splashed in the urine of two employees of the MTA in the Bronx at the beginning of the month.

21-year-old suspect was arrested in Brooklyn during another incident. Then the detectives and identified him as the man who may be linked to cases that occurred April 12 in Mott haven.

MTA Urine Attacks Suspect In Custody

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The first incident occurred at the station Brook Ave.-E. 138th St. According to police, the man leaving the train, the conductor punched in the face and poured her urine.

45 minutes later he did the same with a bus driver MTA Trellises Robinson, when she sat behind the wheel of the Bx1 bus at the intersection of Grand Concourse and 138th St., about 15 blocks from the place of occurrence of the first incident.

Then the police released photos of the suspect from surveillance cameras and asked the public to help identify him.

NEW: Police release video of suspect in NYC gross urine attacks

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According to the police, no charges have not yet been filed.

Successive attacks have led to the fact that 100 local Union representatives instructed the employees of the subway and buses more cautious towards others.

«The bus operators have to close their Windows, and train conductors to ensure that they were safety glasses, and immediately close the window if someone approaches the platform,» said Local 100 President Tony Utano.