Photo: Courtesy Fulton County Sheriff’s Office
A woman accused of burning a hospital worker’s face with a caustic liquid amid an argument at a Brooklyn subway station in 2022, the suspect was apprehended more than 900 miles away in GeorgiaPolice disclosed.
identified as Rodlin Gravesday33, was followed to Atlanta on Jan. 3 for unprovoked assault at the Winthrop St. station in Brooklyn, where she lives.
The defendant was extradited Friday night to Brooklyn, where authorities charged him with aggravated and unprovoked assault.
He was at the station at 1:00am on 2 December on Gravesday when he began shouting at his 21-year-old victim, who had just landed at No. 1. 2 is headed south, officials reported. The station is a few blocks from Kings County Hospital, where the young woman worked.
As the hospital worker headed towards the stairs, the suspect ran up and threw acid on her, burning the woman’s face, before fleeing.
Officials did not immediately say what the caustic liquid was.
The victim was taken to Kings County Hospital and later to Jacobi Medical Center’s burn unit in the Bronx with first- and second-degree burns.officials said.
As the New York Post reports, the employee managed to obtain photos of Gravesday before the attack, so officers were able to identify him.
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