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Man Grabs 20-Year-Old’s Buttocks at 74th Street/Roosevelt Ave. Train Station: NYPD

Suspect (NYPD) and 74th St-Roosevelt train station (wiki commons)

Dec. 16, 2018 By Christian Murray

The police are searching for a man who allegedly grabbed a 20-year-old woman’s buttocks while she was exiting the 74th Street-Roosevelt Avenue station earlier this month.

The suspect allegedly grabbed the woman’s bottom on Saturday, Dec. 8 at around 8:45 p.m. while she was leaving the station after being on a 7 train, according to police. After the incident, the perpetrator then walked toward the Manhattan-bound 7 train platform.

The suspect is described as Hispanic, between 25 and 35 years old, about 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighing 155 pounds.

Anyone with information on the case should contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-8477, or text CRIMES and then enter TIP577, or visit

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The sad part is that the police are there but fail to do anything. They huddle on the main platform and just converse with one another. What a waste of tax payer dollar.


One of the main reasons I wont be moving back to corona after getting out of the military is this right here. Sad

JHeights my whole life

Way to many perverted dudes on the 7 and other train lines. If any may be reading this keep your hands in your pockets and your junk in your pants. Don’t rub up on anyone either. To all the ladies on the train always keep your head up and be alert on the subway. Be safe and happy holidays.


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