Bronx woman accused of attacking Metro-North conductor with pumpkin

The Westchester district attorney says on Oct. 11, Alexis Adams was asked to get off the train because she didn't have a ticket.

News 12 Staff

Nov 5, 2021, 10:27 PM

Updated 931 days ago

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A Bronx woman has been accused of viciously attacking a Metro-North conductor.
The Westchester district attorney says on Oct. 11, Alexis Adams was asked to get off the train because she didn't have a ticket.
They say that's when the 21-year-old slammed a pumpkin into the victim's face and punched her multiple times in the head and face.
News 12 was told the conductor needed numerous stitches.
Davis was arrested and arraigned late last week.
She's due back in Mount Vernon City Court Thursday.  


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