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Man Wanted for Exposing Himself, Abusing 9-Year-Old Aboard 7 Train Arrested: NYPD

The suspect wanted in connection to a sex abuse case. (DCPI)

Feb. 25, 2019  Staff Report

The suspect wanted for exposing himself and sexually abusing a 9-year-old girl aboard a 7 train in Woodside earlier this month is now in custody, according to police.

Ronald Dudley, 40, was arrested today and charged with sex abuse, forcible touching, and acting in a manner injurious to a child after an alleged Feb. 14 incident in a 52nd-Street bound 7 train, police said.

Dudley, with a listed address in the Bronx, was on the train at around 2:45 p.m. when he approached the young girl, exposed himself, and pressed his body against her. He then fled after the train pulled into the station.

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I am glad technology proves to be a positive thing when it comes to things like this. Let’s hope when he gets to prison, someone will expose themselves to him and rub on him. Sick Pervert…

Yes, if anyone else; such as an adult, was with this young girl, what were they doing if they failed to see this. Put phones down – look up. If this young girl was on the train alone, shame on the parents / guardians. kp


Where are the geniuses that kept posting that he was from a homeless shelter around here?

NOT Einstein but am I genius

Just cos they said he from Bronx doesnt mean he is NOT at the shelter on QB !!!
Bozo !!!


No mention of homeless shelter by police or anywhere in article. Where’s your proof that he’s homeless Trumptard?Maybe you live in one since you know where all the shelters are located.

Woodside resident

Where was this child’s parents ? Was this child by herself ??? A nine year old seems too young to be on train . Anyway glad they caught the pervert

An ACTUAL parent

Agreed. Where the heck are the parents of this CHILD?! Let me guess. I bet they’re holding a cup of Starbucks in one hand, and taking selfies in the other with a hash tag of ‘down time.’ Animals take care of their offspring better than these idiots. Glad they found the perpetrator. I hope they press charges for child neglect too.


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