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Crime Suspect's violent arrest history in French tourist slashing in New York City

18:40  18 february  2020
18:40  18 february  2020 Source:   abc7ny.com

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The NYPD has made an arrest in a random slashing in Harlem. Police say the victim, from France, was walking with his girlfriend when he was attacked.

NYC Crime. New York . Ex-convict busted in French tourist ’ s stabbing in Harlem. An ex-convict is accused of slashing a French tourist in the neck in a vicious unprovoked Valentine’ s Day assault in Harlem. He gave me a very violent blow on the face. At first I thought It was just a fist. Then I felt my warm blood," he told the Daily News.

Police arrested a man after a French tourist was slashed while walking with his girlfriend in Upper Manhattan on Valentine's Day. He has had several past violent run-ins with the law.

The 27-year-old man was slashed on the side of his neck Friday morning on 132nd Street and 7th Avenue in Harlem.

He was taken to Harlem Hospital for treatment. The criminal complaint against the suspect notes that the victim "had suffered a wound from the bottom of his left ear to his Adam's apple. I observed surgeons had created a hole in the complaining witness' throat (trachesotomy). As of February 17, 2020, the victim is still in the intensive care unit at the hospital."

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French tourist randomly slashed in the neck in Harlem. A French tourist was slashed while strolling around Police canvassed the neighborhood for the suspect but had yet to find him. A man who works in a nearby building We had a guy from New Zealand visit the city (Milwaukee) because he

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A tourist was the victim of a violent attack in Harlem in broad daylight when he was slashed in the neck. Police are looking for the suspect responsible for the unprovoked attack, reports CBS2’ s Nick Caloway. Graphic cell phone video shows the panic in the moments after

Officials announced on Monday that 28-year-old Khalief Young was arrested in connection to the crime.

He was charged with two counts of assault.

He was previously arrested on October 20, 2019. He's accused of ringing his neighbor's doorbell, punching her in the face when she answered, and then kicking her several times.

Young was charged with misdemeanor assault and released on his own recognizance.

Back in June 2019, he allegedly slashed a worker in the neck inside a deli on West 135th Street in Harlem.

He was also arrested in March 2015 for criminal possession of a loaded firearm and spent a two years in prison. He was released on parole in April 2017.

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Mother of Mexican tourist shot by ICE agent demands justice .
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