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Police release video of suspect who allegedly groped cop at 40th Street Station Friday

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Aug. 5, 2017 By Christian Murray

The police have released video of a man who allegedly groped and got in a fight with a female off-duty police officer at the 40th Street subway station on Friday.

The suspect allegedly pressed his groin against the officer’s arm at around 10:20 am on the Manhattan-bound 7 train and a physical altercation ensued at the 40th Street station. The police did not provide details as to what happened during the altercation but did say the officer, 36, was taken to New York Presbyterian Hospital for observation.

The suspect fled the station northbound on 40th Street.

The individual is described by police as Asian, 25-years age, light complexion, brown eyes, black hair, last seen wearing black sneakers, and black jeans.

Anyone with information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS

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Guess

Early this morning there was a woman trying to enter my apt. Plus 3 others with a knife. NYPD said nothing. Now I’m buying a handgun for protection.

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DeezNutz

Liberals… Don’t trust the COPS but think they’re the only ones who should be armed. Go figure.

Cucks….

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Anonymous

Who cares about nationality, I’d like to know if he’s a legal or illegal immigrant. If he’s here illegally, thanks to the super lib NY, he’ll be let go.

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Joey D

I wonder if there was any smegma left behind. Speaking of “behind”, he looks like he has butt cheese as well. P.U.

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Anonymous

Cops arrested the shirtless perv accused of molesting an off-duty cop on a Queens train.

Police charged 27-year-old Fnu Kamruzzaman with rubbing his genitals on the officer’s arm while they were riding a Manhattan-bound 7 train around 10:20 a.m. Friday, cops said.

The officer confronted Kamruzzaman, who ran away after the train pulled into the 40th St.-Lowery St. station in Sunnyside, according to authorities.

Cops said that the man left behind his phone and backpack, leading detectives to him within hours.

Shirtless creep rubs genitals on off-duty cop aboard NYC subway
“This pervert picked the wrong victim – fled leaving behind his backpack, phone, his DNA, & his dignity. Transit SVU Dets got him within hrs!” tweeted NYPD Transit Chief Joseph Fox.

Kamruzzaman, 27, was previously arrested for rubbing himself on a 15-year-old girl on a train in 2014. (DELMUNDO, ANTHONY FREELANCE NYDN/ANTHONY DELMUNDO)
Kamruzzaman, who lives nearby in Elmhurst, was charged with forcible touching and sexual abuse, cops said. He’s been arrested twice before, according to police.

In 2014, he was cuffed for rubbing himself on a 15-year-old girl on a train as it passed through the Upper West Side. Details about the other incident were sealed.

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DeezNutz

It’s the folks who bash the cops the most who are always the quickest to call them when they open their big mouths to the wrong person who doesn’t care that they’re recording with their iPhone.

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Bulimic Panda

I made out with him (no tongue) at Jack’s Firehouse. He was wearing the same outfit. Investigate Jack’s. Amen.

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El loco

Fake. Now they are making defrauding my brother Al. What’s next my cousin Hal, niece Bel, wife Ellie, lawyer Mel?

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jack seller

Light complexioned Asian? I hope the NYPD and media aren’t now using Asian as a euphemism for Arab like they do over in Britain.

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