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Homeless Career Criminal Arrested for Brutal Assault on Nurse at Seattle Light Rail Station




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A homeless individual with a long history of criminal activities has been apprehended and charged with a vicious attack on a nurse, Your Content has learned.

The incident occurred at a Seattle light rail station, where the assailant, Alexander Jay, was captured on video throwing the victim down the stairs in an unprovoked assault.

The victim, Kim Hayes, a 62-year-old nurse, suffered severe injuries as a result of the attack. Jay repeatedly threw her down the stairs and proceeded to kick her.

The assault left Hayes with a broken clavicle and three fractured ribs, necessitating surgical intervention.

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In addition to the charges related to the assault on the nurse, Jay is currently under investigation for a separate stabbing incident that occurred shortly after the assault took place.

Authorities have discovered that Jay has an extensive criminal record in both Washington and California, comprising 22 convictions. His previous charges include burglary, theft, and domestic assault.

The arrest of this homeless career criminal brings hope for justice to the victim and the community affected by such senseless acts of violence, according to The Daily Mail.

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