Bronx Man who Threw Urine at Bus Driver Caught, NYPD Says
The Bronx man who threw urine at a bus driver and a subway conductor was caught and charged, NYPD officials say.
Cops charged 22-year-old Brandon Jobson of Brooklyn with two counts of assault. Investigators believe he is the man who assaulted two female MTA workers in the Bronx on the same day.
At around 10:30 am on April 12, an MTA conductor on the Number 6 subway line was approached inside the Brook Avenue Station. A man with a water bottle full of urine doused the conductor before fleeing.
The 43-year-old conductor was treated at Westchester Square Hospital.
An hour later, the same man struck again in front of 250 Grand Concourse. There cops say he threw urine at a 43-year-old bus driver. The driver was treated at Lincoln Hospital.
Police released surveillance video of the suspect holding a water bottle of what appears to be urine.