JAMAICA — A Brooklyn man was arrested last week on charges of assaulting a man inside a warehouse at John F. Kennedy International Airport, the Queens district attorney said.
Kevin O’Martin, 32, of Albany Avenue was arraigned on assault, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment charges June 13, the DA said.
A day earlier, O’Martin struck the victim in the back with a bolt cutter numerous times, the criminal complaint said. The defendant allegedly told investigators, “I hit him with the cutters to keep him away from me,” according to the complaint.
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