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Alleged Pervert Wanted For Groping Two Women Inside Queens Subway Stations

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July 30, 2020 By Michael Dorgan

Police are searching for an alleged pervert who groped two women inside separate Queens subway stations earlier this month.

The suspect, according to police, assaulted his first victim inside the 74th Street/Roosevelt Avenue subway station on July 13 at around 1:20 p.m.

The man grabbed a 54-year-old female with both arms and squeezed her buttocks as she descended the stairs onto the northbound R train platform.

He then fled the station on a southbound M Train.

Hours later, the alleged pervert pounced again when he touched a 29-year-old woman from behind inside the Main Street subway station, police said.

The suspect grabbed the woman’s buttocks as she descended the stairs onto the 7 Train platform at 20:23 p.m., police said.

He then fled the scene and boarded a northbound MTA bus, according to police.

Police said that neither victim was injured.

The NYPD released a video of the suspect taken just before the alleged second assault.

Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, or on Twitter @NYPDTips.
All calls are strictly confidential.

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Crime is out of control on the subways, especially at the 74th street
/Roosevelt station. The well being and safety of the innocent should be a top priority. Where are our local politicians on this? We need more police to keep us safe. These perps need to abated. What was the pervert doing there? Was he a fare paying rider? Was he “brought in” because of nearby homeless shelter? Should he already been behind bars for previous crimes? We don’t need this kind out on our streets!

Blue Lives Matter.

And people still want to defund the police, those people should tell that to the victims and their families .

18 months to a new mayor👍

And if the cops grab him the mayor will say the police have to be more sensitive to this poor man.

You asked for it.

The people didn’t want to add those extra police officers in the subways and train stations. AOC , Jessica Ramos just to name a few. You want it , you got it.


If the cops tossed him in jail it’s a waste of time. No bail and released. Then he’ll sue the cops claiming something racist against them. Mayor will back the perp and the police who were only doing their jobs will get disaplined.


Again 74st train station in Jackson Heights is worse than ever , nothing but perverts & muggers there. Inside and out and all around.

Porters lives matter

How can cops do their jobs when they are under constant scrutiny from government officials. Javier, your probably a janitor, lets say your in charge of cleaning the front of the building and everytime you do your job and keep it clean the sanitation department keeps giving you summonses even though you did your job how would you like it? Yes you would get frustrated. As the cops get frustrated. Maybe now you will understand


This is comparing apples to oranges. Far from being the same scenario. If i clean my sidewalk and people dirty it again, yes I may get frustrated but its not putting peoples lives or quality of life in jeopardy. Cops get paid to protect and serve, and do what their job title describes. To POLICE.

Dan o'Keefe

And if they do their job like your saying they get reprimanded. You have no clue julio


Sorry Jorge, but upholding the law is their prime job. No one said they can’t do their job. They just dont need to kill a person while doing it. You’re probably one of those who just took the job for the gun and badge.


This man deserves a pardon because blm. No one knows what traumas he experienced that scared him. It’s the presidents fault


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