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NYPD charge parolee Leoanel Medina for allegedly slashing man at NYC subway station

A person on parole for tried homicide was arrested Wednesday for allegedly slashing a commuter within the face in an unprovoked assault at an Higher Manhattan subway station, sources stated.

Leoanel Medina, 30, was busted by cops in Manhattan who acknowledged his face from a needed poster stemming from a Tuesday assault on the 168th Avenue-Washington Heights No. 1 prepare station round 6:30 p.m., legislation enforcement sources stated.

Medina is accused of slashing a 27-year-old man within the face on the station’s mezzanine, in keeping with police and sources.

The sufferer was taken to Harlem Hospital in steady situation.

Medina was charged with assault. He’s on parole for tried homicide after slashing a sufferer a number of occasions in Washington Heights in 2013, sources stated.

Blood is seen on the ground after a slashing inside the 168th street subway station in Washington Heights, Manhattan.
Blood is seen on the bottom after a slashing contained in the 168th road subway station in Washington Heights, Manhattan.
William Miller
The officers busted the suspect after they acknowledged his face from a needed poster stemming from a Tuesday assault contained in the 168th road subway station.
William Miller

Further reporting by Kenneth Garger

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