Man dies after being pushed onto tracks by ex-con Andre Boyce at NYC subway stop
A 34-year-old man died early Friday after being pushed by an ex-con onto the tracks at an Upper West Side subway station, police said. EMS rushed the man, whose name was not released pending family notification, to St. Luke's Hospital, where he...
Call it fear mongering, but I don’t get anywhere close to the fucking tracks anymore.
Not that there is ever a reason to murder somebody, but it looks like the Post left out some pieces of the story (that I found in the Daily News) and these two knew each other?
The victim, 34, and the suspect were engaging in sexual activity on a southbound No. 2 train and began feuding, said multiple law enforcement sources.
The train conductor ejected both men from the train at the W. 96th St. and Broadway station at about 2 a.m., and the train operator used his horn to alert police, said the sources.
As the fight heated up, Andre Boyce, 28, put the other man in a headlock and hurled him to the No. 1 train tracks, said law enforcement sources. The victim hit his head as he fell.
Police sources said Boyce and the victim were both homeless. Boyce has four prior arrests, and is on parole in a robbery case, said police sources and public records.
“He was under post-release supervision until May 2026, according to the DOC records. “
They did a heck of a supervision job.
He has a history of mental health calls...
again, again, and again... fuckin' mental scape this place
There’s nothing to worry about, this criminal will face the full wrath of Alvin Bragg now /s
All these posts about keeping away from the tracks are nice and all, but they're deflecting from the real issue... a man was murdered by someone who probably should not have been free to murder people.
I don’t understand why they put the name in the headline. Am I supposed to know Andre Boyce?
I remember when I worked on 3rd Avenue in the mid 80s and would catch the E/F at 53rd St. Crowds of people quite literally packed until the edge of the platform as the train comes whizzing in.