On Tuesday, Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan District Attorney, made an announcement regarding the indictment of a 43-year-old man from the Bronx. The indictment was related to an attack on an elderly woman at a Harlem train station.
According to reports, Blake Norton, a resident of the Bronx, has been taken into custody and accused of attempted assault in the first, second, and third degree. The incident occurred on September 1st, when he reportedly assaulted a 60-year-old woman using a wooden cane and belt. The assault occurred inside the West 116th Street and Lenox Avenue station, where he allegedly struck the woman over 50 times.
After the incident, the woman had to endure severe bruising and was compelled to stay in the medical facility for two weeks.
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