Police arrested a man accused of randomly punching a woman at a midtown Manhattan subway station last week—and also charged him with attacking another person in April with a metal pipe.

The NYPD says that around 7:30 a.m. on May 4th, Daniel Evans, 45, allegedly approached a 30-year-old woman walking on the southbound F train platform at 34th Street-6th Avenue station in Herald Square and punched her in the head.

The suspect fled and the victim, who suffered bruising to the head, refused medical attention at the scene.

Police announced Evans's arrest yesterday, adding that he was also accused of another assault at the same subway station. On April 22nd, at around 10:45 a.m., Evans allegedly approached a 23-year-old man and got into an argument with him. "The argument escalated to the individual producing a pipe and striking the victim in the left forearm causing pain and swelling," police said.

Evans was reportedly found at the Herald Square subway station in a "restricted area." He was charged with two counts of assault, plus criminal trespass.