Man Arrested for Murder After Spotted Smoking on Subway: Cops!


Cybersecdn- In an unexpected turn of events, Luis Hernandez, a 36-year-old Queens resident, was arrested for smoking in the subway, only to be linked to a murder case dating back to 2020. Brooklyn transit police apprehended Hernandez, who was wanted for the stabbing death of Richard Hernandez, a 21-year-old, in Astoria.

The incident, which took place at the corner of 36th Avenue and 31st Street, resulted in the younger Hernandez’s death despite being rushed to Mount Sinai Queens. Luis Hernandez, with no prior arrests, has been charged with murder, gang assault, and criminal possession of a weapon.

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This case has brought to light the interconnectedness of seemingly minor infractions and major criminal investigations. As the motive for the 2020 attack remains unclear, the arrest has sparked discussions about law enforcement tactics and the broader implications of routine police stops.

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