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Woman Accused Of Attacking Metro-North Conductor With Pumpkin Due In Court

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) -- A Bronx woman is due in court Wednesday after she allegedly attacked a Metro-North conductor with a pumpkin.

The assault happened on October 11 aboard a train in Westchester County.

Police said 21-year-old Alexis Adams failed to show a ticket and was asked to leave the train. That's when she allegedly struck the female conductor in the face with a pumpkin, then with her fists.

The conductor was treated at a hospital and required multiple stiches.

Adams was charged with two counts of assault.

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