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Arrest made in MTA bus driver syringe stabbing
NEW YORK (WABC) -- Police have made an arrest in the stabbing of an MTA bus driver with a syringe.
The driver was attacked in September while on his route along Prospect Park. Eyewitnesses say the attacker pricked the driver with a syringe for no apparent reason, and then fled.
The suspect, 53-year-old Shelwyn Patt was arrested after another bus driver recognized him from a police sktch.
Patt is charged with felony assault.
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