Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Subway murder suspect had struck underground before

New York – The man who pushed a Bronx father to his death in front of subway train knocked another man — an Asian, like the first victim — off his feet on a West Village platform just 10 days earlier, law-enforcement sources said.
Kevin Darden (picture) — who was arrested outside his mother’s house in The Bronx Tuesday — assaulted the first man because he dared to walk in front of him, the sources said.
“I’m warning you!’’ Darden, 34, barked at the victim after shoving him to the ground at the West 4th Street station at around 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 6, the man told cops.
The victim, 51, came forward Tuesday after seeing a surveillance photo of Darden that cops released following the fatal shove of Wai Kuen Kwok, 61, in The Bronx Sunday, sources said.  More

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