A man suspected of biting and severing a man's fingertip in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood in Manhattan has been identified and arrested by the NYPD on Thursday morning.
The arrest: Lloyd Revell, 38, was arrested on Thursday morning for allegedly punching an Asian man multiple times and biting his hand.
Revell was arrested at a Hell's Kitchen hotel and charged with assault as a hate crime, according to NBC News.
The address that Revell gave to police is a hotel near the scene of the crime that was used as a homeless shelter during the pandemic, reported AP News.
There is no confirmation on whether or not he has a lawyer.
The attack: An unnamed 48-year-old Asian man was randomly attacked at Hell's Kitchen in Manhattan on May 18.
He was punched several times and had his hand bitten by Revell. He was taken to a nearby hospital and treated for cuts on his forehead, a swollen eye and a severed fingertip.
Police said that the victim was told to "go back to his country."
Featured Image via NYPD Hate Crimes
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