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Third suspect arrested in anti-white attack on Queens woman: NYPD

A third suspect was arrested within an alleged anti-white crime that left a 57-year-old grandmother bloodied with a head injury after she was attacked on a Queens bus last month, police said.

With two teenage girls already nabbed, Jahnaiya Williams, 19, of Queens, was taken into custody Monday morning, the NYPD said. She actually is charged with assault and aggravated harassment. Both are classified as hate crimes, authorities said.

Three assailants approached victim Jill LeCroix, a grandmother of five, and struck her in the top having an unknown object while making anti-white statements in the July 9 attack, police have said. The victim required three staples on her behalf head.

The teens allegedly responsible for the attack that left a woman needing staples in her head have been charged with hate crimes
An image of the three teens police were seeking following the alleged attack on a Queens bus in July.

Another two suspects, 15 and 16, weren’t named if they were arrested late last month because of their age. However they also face assault and aggravated harassment charges classified as hate crimes in link with the incident on the southbound MTA bus near Jamaica Avenue and Woodhaven Boulevard, police said.

LeCroixtold The Postdays following the attack that three suspects accused her to be a supporter of former President Donald Trump, and something of the attackers informed her she hates white people, the direction they talk, hates white skin, just how their skin cracks.

Never in my own life have I been attacked like this, said LeCroix.

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