NYC man, Frank Abrokwa, accused of smearing feces on woman’s face had his face scalded with boiling water after another inmate attacked him at Rikers Island KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, August 6, 2022

NYC man, Frank Abrokwa, accused of smearing feces on woman’s face had his face scalded with boiling water after another inmate attacked him at Rikers Island

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that NYC man accused of smearing feces on woman’s face had his face scalded with boiling water after another inmate attacked him at Rikers Island.

The 43-year-old victim was sitting on a bench on the southbound platform of the Wakefield–241st Street station around 5:15 p.m. Feb. 21 when a man began walking toward her, holding a black plastic bag, according to cops and the clip released late Sunday. 

Then, without saying a word, he smashed the vile contents of the bag in her face, and then smeared it on the back of her head, the footage shows. 

The assailant took off after the attack, and cops were still looking for him Monday morning. 

Mayor Eric Adams called the incident a “horrific experience for anyone to go through” at an unrelated press conference Monday afternoon

Frank Abrokwa, 37, was released without bail Tuesday for a vile subway attack, but was immediately arrested for an alleged hate crime that happened last year
He's accused of threatening to murder a Jewish man in Brooklyn last September

Abrokwa was apprehended after being arraigned for smearing feces on a woman at the East 241st Street station in The Bronx on February 21 

The attack came just three days after NYC Mayor Eric Adams unveiled Subway Safety Plant to deploy 1,000 cops in transit system  

The alleged hate crime and feces incident are two of dozens of Abrokwa's cases
He has 44 prior arrests - three of which, he was released without bail.

A few days after threatening the store employee during a robbery, Abrokwa allegedly lunged at the woman at the East 241st Street subway station on February 21, smearing feces on her face. 

He was arraigned Tuesday night on charges of forcible touching, menacing, disorderly conduct and harassment. But once again, he was released without bail. 

He was immediately taken into custody for allegedly threatening to murder a Jewish man in Brooklyn last September. He was arraigned in that case Wednesday night and given supervised release.  

NYPD police union head Pat Lynch criticized New York's bail reform laws for allowing people like Abrokwa to roam the streets. 

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