Man in custody after knife-point assault of pregnant woman at South Philly SEPTA station

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David Dash is accused of holding a knife to the neck of a 20-year-old pregnant woman at a South Philadelphia SEPTA station.

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.

Pregnant woman grabbed by knife wielding suspect in SEPTA station

FOX 29’s Jennifer Joyce has the latest on the search for a man who police say grabbed a pregnant woman at knifepoint on a SEPTA platform.

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