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Incident Report: Brooklyn, New York

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A Brooklyn man was indicted for assault as a hate crime for allegedly punching a woman in the face while yelling homophobic slurs on a Q train, the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office said.
Antoine Thomas, 27, who was arraigned on Monday, boarded the Brooklyn-bound Q train at Union Square around 7:30 p.m. on May 21.
Thomas sat next to the victim and her girlfriend and allegedly started shouting anti-gay slurs at them, according to the Brooklyn District Attorney’s office. He “aggressively bumped into the victim when the train made a sudden stop” and punched her in the face
Thomas was arrested at Dekalb Avenue station in Brooklyn.
The unconscious victim was taken to the hospital where she was treated for a concussion, nose fracture, a contusion and received eight stitches on her eye.