PHILADELPHIA - A Philadelphia man has been apprehended on assault charges after police say he held a knife to a pregnant woman's neck at a South Philadelphia SEPTA station on Wednesday night.
David Dash, 26, was identified by SEPTA police in a wanted bulletin on Saturday and captured a day later.
Dash is accused of approaching a 20-year-old pregnant woman from behind while she was using a SEPTA kiosk and briefly holding a knife to her throat.
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The woman managed to break free from the attack while Dash fled the station, according to police. She received treatment for a minor laceration to her neck.
Dash is being charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, and related offenses.