Bronx Man Arraigned In Connection With Alleged McDonald's Attack
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A Bronx man was arraigned Wednesday after an arrest in connection with an attack at a Manhattan McDonald's last week.
Keith Patron pleaded not guilty to charges of first degree assault as a hate crime.
Investigators say Patron got into an argument with another man and his partner inside the McDonalds on West Third Street in Greenwich Village.
As they argued, police say Patron pulled out a razor blade and slashed the victim on the face, neck, back and elbow.
The victim was taken to the hospital and police say Patron turned himself in after.
He is due back in court Friday.