Homeless man arrested in link with Brooklyn subway shove

The homeless man suspected of shoving an unsuspecting complete stranger onto Brooklyn subway tracks within the week-end ended up being arrested early Tuesday, cops said.

Michael Medlock, 33, was acquired outside his grandmother’s home into the Starrett City development in East nyc around 12:30 a.m., after a Crime Stoppers tip alerted authorities he frequented that location, cops stated.

Medlock ended up being charged with two matters of attempted assault, and something count every one of reckless endangerment and menacing, authorities said.

The 29-year-old victim had been riding the northbound 4 train together with his girlfriend around 11:30 a.m. Sunday whenever suspect, who had been resting, all of a sudden woke up-and began screaming, relating to police.

Medlock then then followed the few from the train at Atlantic Avenue stop then presumably shoved the person on southbound paths — an annoying scene grabbed on surveillance video footage.

The prey managed to return on the platform and was not seriously hurt, authorities stated.

The prey later on relieved the stress by getting a “post-police meeting” hot dog at Nathan’s.

Medlock was previously held in state jail on a second-degree robbery charge, over about ten years ago, documents show.

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