Man Accused Of Slashing Woman In Times Square Was Set Free For Violent Robbery Just Three Days Earlier

Man Accused Of Slashing Woman In Times Square Was Set Free For Violent Robbery Just Three Days Earlier


A Manhattan man accused of slashing a woman in Times Square was apparently arrested for a violent robbery just three days before the attack, but had been released without bail.

Late last month, 30-year-old Anthony Evans allegedly slashed at an Asian woman with a box cutter in an unprovoked attack in Times Square. On Wednesday, prosecutors said the attack occurred after Evans was allowed to walk free following a violent robbery just days earlier, the New York Post reported.

On July 22, Evans allegedly stole from the SkyFoods market. A manager noticed the theft and followed Evans out of the store to confront him. Evans punched the manager in the face, according to a criminal complaint reviewed by the Post. Then, on July 26, Evans allegedly stole

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