Shock moment stabbing suspect attacks nurse with scissors while cuffed to a hospital bed before lunging at a cop

SHOCKING bodycam footage shows the moment a stabbing suspect attacked a nurse with scissors while being restrained to a bed before lunging at an officer.

Luis Medina, 30, went into a violent rage after he was taken into custody Saturday morning for allegedly stabbing a woman, 41, during a dispute in New York City.


During the incident, Medina received minor injuries and was taken to Bronx Hospital for treatment, said the NYPD.

He was being treated before going into a rage.

Police bodycam footage shows the moment Medina grabbed a pair of scissors from the nurse, 26, with his free hand and struck her in the head.

She raced out of the room after Medina jumped out of bed.

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His right hand was still cuffed to the bedside.

Medina appeared to swipe toward the officer with the scissors.

He eventually slipped and fell to the floor before being tasered by the cop’s stun gun.

Video then showed the cop rushing out of the hospital room.

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Medina was eventually charged with several assault charges and criminal possession of a weapon, said the NYPD.

The woman he had stabbed in the earlier dispute at East Gun Hill Road was taken to Saint Barnabas Hospital.

The nurse was not seriously injured.

She is in serious but stable condition, said police.


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