A woman was viciously stabbed to death inside a subway station in Brooklyn.
It started with two women arguing on the 3 train and it ended with a deadly stabbing.
The crime scene unit remained on the scene early Tuesday at the Rutland Road-Sutter Avenue station.
Video from the Citizen App showed the chaotic scene a little after 9 p.m. Monday.
Police say a 30-year-old woman got into an argument with another woman on the train and then sprayed her with pepper spray.
The woman who was sprayed, believed to be in her 20's, responded by pulling out a small knife and repeatedly stabbing the other woman in her neck, arm, and face.
The stabbing victim, Latanya Watson, was taken the hospital where she died.
Neighbors say they are fed up with the violence.
An argument inside a subway station in Brooklyn ended with a woman fatally stabbing another woman who had pepper-sprayed her, according to police.
A woman has been taken into custody as a suspect in the fatal stabbing of a straphanger at a Brooklyn subway station, law enforcement sources told The Post Tuesday.
Police were grilling the 20-year-old suspect, who was picked up early Tuesday and brought to the 73rd Precinct station house, sources said.
Police said they followed a trail of blood from the subway station to the suspect's apartment door, where family directed them to a nearby hospital where the woman was being treated for a cut on her arm.
Police have yet to identify the woman they have taken into custody in the fatal stabbing and the investigation is ongoing, officials said.
BROWNSVILLE, Brooklyn — A woman has been arrested for allegedly stabbing a Brooklyn mother to death in a subway station late Monday night after a fight that started on the train, authorities said. According to police, it all began Monday night just after 9 p.m. when Latanya Watson, 30, got into...