A shocking video shows a Florida man as he creeps up behind an
unsuspecting woman at a bus stop and tries to strangle her with a shoelace
— before pummeling her as she fights for her life.
Aaron K. Quinones, 27, was slapped with an attempted felony murder charge
after the brazen broad-daylight attack at a Miami-Dade Transit bus stop,
The Miami-Dade Police Department said the 26-year-old victim was waiting
for the bus at 11 a.m. Jan. 2 when she was attacked.
She can be seen on surveillance footage obtained by the site Only in Dade
as she sits on a bench, apparently texting.
The attacker stands behind her, with one leg on the long bench, appearing
to tie his shoe. He ominously looks around and seems to take the lace off
as he casually sneaks up behind the victim, then pulls the lace around her
She immediately fights back and a violent struggle ensues where the
attacker flails, throwing numerous wild punches at the victim as a good
Samaritan approaches to intervene.
The attacker ran away on foot but officers found Quinones in the area and
took him into custody, police said in a news release.
Cops are now looking to speak to the good Samaritan, who had already left
when police arrived. They also are asking anyone victimized by the alleged
attack to call the police department’s Airport District with information.
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