Hawkeye in handcuffs: Queens man threatens FedEx worker with bow and arrow

He’s no Cupid.

A Queens man threatened a FedEx delivery worker with a massive bow and arrow after accusing the victim of hitting on his girlfriend, cops said.

The FedEx worker was dropping off packages near suspect Alexander Carrion’s home on 59th St. near Lawrence St. in Flushing at 11:53 a.m. Tuesday when Carrion began arguing with him.

When the victim ignored him, Carrion ran into his home and came back outside with a compound bow and arrows, chasing the victim down the street, said police.

The panicked worker jumped back into his truck and called 911 as he sped away, cops said.

When cops arrived, Carrion had ditched the bow on the side of his home.

Police took him into custody and charged him with menacing, criminal possession of a weapon and harassment.

He was released without bail at a Queens Criminal Court arraignment Wednesday night.

The Fed Ex worker wasn’t injured, cops said.

Source (Ny Daily news)

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