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Woman punched in face on E-train after dispute over seat, police say

Jan. 12, 2017 Staff Report

Police are searching for a woman who assaulted another woman on an E train in Jackson Heights on Tuesday.

According to the report, the alleged perpetrator got into an argument over a seat with the 64-year-old victim on a northbound E train near the Roosevelt Avenue station. The dispute escalated in to a physical fight, and the suspect punched the victim in the face several times.

The suspect is described as a black woman around 30 years old.

Police have released a photo of the suspect and anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

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Pedro Valdez Rivera Jr.

Thank god for smartphones: It is the new norm for capturing crime and/or the suspect(s) responsible for this.

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John m

All she can do is fight like rhonda rousey, because she aint winning no beauty contest with a mug like that. I rather kiss my dog

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Bo

Its amazing these people get in fights over a seat. Uncivilized animals is what they are. Go back to the jungle that you came out of

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