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Female Jogger Assaulted by Man While Out Running on Pulaski Bridge: NYPD

The suspect and the entrance to the Pulaski Bridge (Photos: NYPD and Google Maps)

March 31, 2022 By Michael Dorgan

A female jogger was assaulted by a man while running across the Pulaski Bridge in Long Island City earlier this month, police said.

The woman, 35, was running on the pedestrian pathway near Jackson Avenue at around 9:30 a.m. on March 18 when she was approached by a man. The man struck her in the neck with an unknown object, leaving her with multiple scratch marks.

The suspect then fled the scene in an unknown direction, police said. The woman told police that she did not require medical attention.

There have been no arrests and the investigation remains ongoing.

Police released an image of the man wanted for questioning.

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Madd Donna

Truth is that not enough New Yorkers bothered to even vote!! Hope everyone has learned their lesson and do show up at the polls this coming June and November!! Oh and not every “liberal” is crazy-ass left or woke, just as not every “conservative” is crazy-ass right wing and pro-Trump, pro-Russia!

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Republicans believe in myths fairytales and conspiracy theories

We did but you don’t see us complaining about it!

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Minor Offense

He’s going to be out in a couple of weeks, NY is heaven for criminals and now even more with the “fantastic” bail reform.

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