Police announced an arrest of a suspect in the Oct. 18 shooting of a man inside the 14th St. West Side I.R.T. subway station.
Rona Love, 59 — who is a two-time murderer, according to news reports — was collared for the armed underground assault, which happened on a Sunday just before 6 p.m.
The victim, 24, was urinating on the northbound No. 1 train platform when Love allegedly blasted him. Love was with a woman at the time of the incident, and, according to the Daily News, objected to something the victim said to the woman.
The victim was shot in the neck, back and torso but managed to walk to the Lenox Health Greenwich Village emergency department to get treatment.
According to the News and New York Post, Love, who goes by Rona Sugar Love, is a transgender woman. She lives in Queens, near Ozone Park.
Love has been charged with attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon in the subway shooting, and also will be charged in a recent gunpoint robbery at a souvenir shop in Ridgewood, Queens.
She did two prior stints in jail for two separate murders.
The News reported that, according to police, Love served 24 years total in prison for the two violent slayings — one in Queens in 1992, in which she shot a woman in the head, the other two years later in the Bronx, in which she stabbed a man 42 times.
Love was released from prison in April 2019 and is on lifetime parole, according to police.