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Two Women Arrested for Assaulting a Female Rider on E-Train: NYPD

Nov. 16, 2018 By Christian Murray

The police have arrested two women who allegedly assaulted a 50-year-old female passenger on a Queens-bound E train earlier this month.

Chaena Frazier, 30, and Sytobia Agbonlahor, 27, who both live at the same Jamaica address, were arrested today, less than 24 hours after a video was released of the pair assaulting a woman on the E-train at around 1:30 p.m. on Nov. 2.

The suspects allegedly assaulted the woman after the victim’s 8-year-old son asked her why one of the perpetrator’s children was wearing a costume.

This prompted Frazier to place the 50-year-old in a choke hold. Agbonlahor then punched the victim in the face and hit her on the head with a cell phone.

Frazier has been charged with the Criminal Obstruction of Breathing and for an Act in a Manner to cause Injury to a Child less than 17.

Agbonlahor has been charged with second degree assault; Act in a Manner to cause Injury to a Child less than 17; and harassment.

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Richie Romano

Animals that can’t control their behaviors belong locked away in a cage. How sick is this story? That’s how you react to something like that. You don’t deserve freedom and hopefully you’ll be mandated to attend some type of behavior modification therapy. By the way apologize if you have the heart to do so. I’m paying a fortune in taxes so animals can be placed away. Build more freaking jails.

Mary F.

All over a yapping child. My dad instructed us in three words in Gaelic, “Sit down, Stand up, and Shut up.” Those three words spared many a lifetime of heartache. Had mom simply said, “Hush, be quiet, none of your business, or the like, the whole thing could have been avoided. People are too violent and their self-esteem too frail today.


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