FLUSHING — A Jamaica man was arrested at Queens College last week for allegedly brandishing a knife while harassing a student, the Queens district attorney’s office said.
Lordy Julien, 23, of Hillside Avenue, was arraigned June 7 on menacing, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment in the incident that took place the day before at the school, according to the Queens DA’s office.
Julien approached a student around 11 a.m. and asked her for a cigarette, but when the person said no, he took out the knife, the criminal complaint said.
He allegedly told the girl, “You’re lucky I’m having a good day,” according to the complaint.
A campus security officer later recovered the knife that was longer that 4 inches, the complaint said.
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