NYPD Arrests Dark Figure Who Punched Eight Random Women

Daquan Armstead

The real news story here is not that a negroid gentleman was going around punching random women in the face. This happens all the time and is not news.

The real story is the “man bites dog” angle that the police actually arrested a black for doing this. We haven’t seen a black hunted down and arrested in New York in years. They will arrest them at the scene of a crime, but tracking and arresting a black is unheard of in this city.

Obviously, they wanted the story to be high-profile, just to give the impression that they do in fact arrest black criminals. But there are hundreds or even thousands of violent blacks on the loose, which they could easy identify and track, who they have no interest in arresting.

This is one guy.

New York Post:

A deranged, woman-hating maniac wanted for more than a half-dozen random attacks on women in the Big Apple is finally in custody, police and sources said Tuesday.

Daquan Armstead, 31, was picked up by cops shortly after midnight and charged with third-degree assault and harassment in eight unprovoked attacks on women this year, the sources said.

That includes an April 17 attack on a 27-year-old administrator at New York University, who was slugged in the face while walking through Washington Square Park around 10:30 a.m., according to police.

The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating, although details weren’t released.

Armstead is also being charged in seven other attacks this year.

The violent spree began on Feb. 12, when police said Armstead allegedly walked up to a 30-year-old woman on Elizabeth Street around 11:50 a.m. and punched her without warning, then fled.

On March 24, he allegedly attacked a 30-year-old woman on Delancey Street around 2 a.m., hitting the victim in the back of the head as she turned. He then ran away.

The following day, Armstead is charged with punching a 36-year-old woman in the back as she walked at Chrystie and Rivington streets around 10:15 a.m., police said.

On April 2, he allegedly slugged another woman after he asked the 38-year-old victim for $1 and she replied that she had no cash — so he punched her in the back of the head.

Police said he is also accused of attacking two women in separate incidents on Delancey Street on April 5 — a 25-year-old who was slugged on the right side of her head around 12:25 p.m. and a 44-year-old who was punched in the face just five minutes later, according to cops.

The George Floyd Policing Policy will not be rolled back.

But you know. Election year and so on. They’ll do a few of these “symbolic” arrests.