The teenager accused of slashing a bus boy at Silver Spurs has now been arrested.
Police announced yesterday that they were in custody of the man suspected of entering the Greenwich Village diner in order to solicit donations and then slashing a 25-year-old employee during a subsequent argument. Now they’ve identified him as 16-year-old Domincio Howington, a resident of the Lillian Wald Houses in the East Village. He faces an assault charge and four charges of criminal possession of a weapon.
The teenager suspected of slashing a busboy at the Silver Spurs diner in Greenwich Village is now in custody.
The police say a tip led to the apprehension of the man suspected of cutting a busboy on the cheek during an argument that erupted Wednesday evening after the teen went into the Laguardia Place diner soliciting donations.
Friday, the NYPD asked for the public’s help in identifying three additional teenagers– a man and two women– who were seen in the suspect’s company on the day of the assault.
Here’s surveillance footage of the man suspected of slashing a stranger’s face in broad daylight in the East Village.
Around 4:30 p.m. Saturday, the man you see in these videos allegedly approached a pedestrian on East 6th Street, near Cooper Square, knocked him down, and cut him with an unknown object, the police say. The victim went to the hospital with a large cut to the face and a smaller cut in his back.