The Attack Comes One Day After A Bus Driver Was Executed By A Passenger

Police are searching for at least one suspect (pictured below) who is believed to have been involved in a viscious beating targeting a mass transit authority police officer in Baltimore earlier this afternoon.

Onlookers, who did nothing to render aid to the injured officer, can be heard laughing about how the assailant was a “boxer.”

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The attack on the transit officer comes just a day after the execution of a beloved city bus driver, Marcus Parks, who served residents of the city for 20 years before being killed by one of his passengers.

The victim of this beating has not had his name disclosed, but we do know he was transferred to a local hospital, his injuries are not life threatening, and he is believed to be in good condition. The videos are below and we will update this report as new information arrives.

Picture Of Suspected Assailant:

The suspect appears to be a black male, dressed in a grey tracksuit, and in his late 20s or 30s.

Reports From Local News:

The Local Fox Affiliate Baltimore Reports:

An MTA police officer has been taken to a hospital after being knocked unconscious, just a day after an MTA bus driver was shot to death in east Baltimore. Today’s assault happened near the Upton Metro Subway station on Pennsylvania Avenue in West Baltimore. The MDOT Maryland Transit Administration Police are attempting to identify the individual pictured below:

The Baltimore Sun’s report:

MTA spokeswoman Veronica Battisti confirmed that an officer was assaulted at the Upton Metro Station and transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. A photo that surfaced online Friday afternoon showed an officer unconscious and slumped against a wall, with a caption showing that it happened in the 1700 block of Pennsylvania Ave.