A paroled gang member has been arrested in connection with a Manhattan subway slashing, police said.
Robert Bazemore, 34, was arrested Friday near the 110th Street and Lexington Avenue stop — the same location where he allegedly cut a man in the face on Monday, according to police.
The 51-year-old victim was on the mezzanine level around 5:10 p.m. when Bazemore attacked him, police said.
A cop who recognized Bazemore from a wanted poster took him into custody late Friday; he had not been charged with the assault as of Saturday night, police said.
Arresting officers found a stun gun on him and charged him with criminal possession of a weapon, police said.
Bazemore, of Queens, is a reputed gang member out on parole, NYPD Transit Chief Kathleen O’Reilly said Saturday on Twitter.
*story by The New York Post