ROSEBANK — A woman punched and bit another passenger on a Staten Island bus after she was asked to be quiet, prosecutors said.
Kimberly Moran, 26, of St. George, was being loud and disorderly on an MTA bus Saturday at about 10:50 a.m. when another passenger asked her to "Please be quiet," prosecutors said.
Moran then punched the woman in the face and bit her arm and shoulder, prosecutors said.
The driver pulled over on Hylan Boulevard and Bay Street where Moran was arrested, prosecutors said.
The victim was taken to Staten Island University Hospital with minor bleeding and marks from the attack.
Moran was charged with assault and harassment at her Sunday arraignment, according to the Staten Island District Attorney's office.
Her bail was set at $1,000 cash and she's due back in court on Friday, according to online court records.
She's been arrested numerous times before and was previously charged with criminal possession of a weapon and harassment, according to court records.
Her lawyer could not be reached for comment.