Three people stabbed to death in NYC transit system in 10 days

Harrowing surveillance footage shows the moment Charles Moore was stabbed.

Ns News Online Desk:Ns News Online Desk: Three people have been killed in New York City’s transit system in the past 10 days, amid a string of other violent incidents. On Sunday around 8:30 p.m., Lamont Barkley, 55, was on a BX19 bus when he was fatally stabbed numerous times, police said. 

Before his slaying, the father of four had gotten into an argument with a woman at a nearby bar, Glen Roy’s Public House, prompting her to call a man to come to the area, police sources and neighbors said.

At some point, the trio got on the bus, where the man and woman attacked Barkley, sources said.

The victim was taken to Lincoln Hospital but could not be saved.On Monday, Ebony Jackson, 42, was taken into custody in connection with the incident and charged with murder and manslaughter, cops said. The male suspect is yet to be apprehended.

Barkley’s brother said he’s taking care of his sibling’s four children for the time being but declined further comment.

The slaying came just three days after Citi Field employee Charles Moore, 38, was fatally stabbed at the East 176th Street station in The Bronx on his commute home from work.

Saquan Lemons, 27, allegedly randomly killed the dad on the crowded platform shortly after “tumbling out” of a No. 4 train around 10:30 p.m. Thursday, prosecutors said during his arraignment on murder charges

“They failed us,” Moore’s heartbroken mom Frances Vanterpoole Moore, 73, railed to The Post after the tragedy, referencing public officials including Mayor Eric Adams.  “It’s your fault my child is dead,” she said.

On Sept. 30, father of two Tommy Bailey, 43, also was fatally stabbed in the neck onboard an L train around 9 p.m. after allegedly getting into an argument with Alvin Charles, 43.

Bailey, who was known as a “Canarsie legend” for his athletic prowess, had been commuting home from work when he was stabbed, loved ones said.  The deaths come amid a string of other violent incidents on the rails, including three stabbings that happened in fewer than eight hours Thursday.

Before Moore’s fatal stabbing, a 45-year-old man was slashed inside the A train station at Pitkin and Grant avenues in East New York, Brooklyn, and a 59-year-old man was randomly stabbed inside the 125th Street station in Harlem.

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