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A man with 37 prior arrests was charged with chasing a woman in the Bronx, New York, until trying to enter the apartment by force.
The NYPD chief of detectives, James vinegar, confirmed through his Twitter account this Friday afternoon that investigators had succeeded in arresting Luckey.
“Arrest done! On October 7 with public assistance, investigators identified and arrested Orisha Luckey, a 41-year-old man with 37 prior arrests who is charged with robbery. Nice job getting a dangerous repeat offender off the street before he could attack again “Essig wrote.
In the video published by the NYPD Crime Stoppers, it is seen how the subject tries to enter the apartment located in a residential building near East 168 Street y Sherman Avenue, in the Concourse Village section on September 23 at 2:00 am
The video of the incident of the citizen quickly went viral, who asked not to be identified, and the arrest of Luckey.
In the account made by the victim to ABC7, indicated that the subject had chased her inside the building and told her “Miss Miss”, on a couple of occasions.
The 50-year-old woman reported that it took her a few seconds to realize that the subject was around the corner and was trying to run to her front door, when she managed to lock the door in time.
After watching the video of the event in which he was able to have enough reflexes to be safe, he admitted to being very lucky.
Although she was not injured, she did say she was shocked by what happened. “I feel very scared, what if I had closed the upper door? He could have caught me. “
The victim said that she had never seen the subject, but now she is more cautious when leaving, and both her husband and the rest of the family who live with her watch her exit the building.
With information from ABC7
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Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.