NYC man accused of abducting and assaulting woman inside of a bus

A man in New York City is facing multiple charges after allegedly abducting, assaulting, and raping a woman inside a bus for several hours.

Police reports indicate that the suspect restrained the victim with handcuffs and leg shackles during the ordeal. Isaac Alexander, 30, reportedly forced the victim into his mobile home in Staten Island on Monday morning before subjecting her to the abuse.

He now faces a variety of criminal charges. The charges include kidnapping, rape, assault, unlawful imprisonment, and criminal possession of a weapon.

Court documents obtained by FOX 5 New York reveal that Alexander handcuffed and shackled the woman, covering her mouth as he assaulted her. After nine hours, the woman managed to escape and made her way to a nearby police precinct, where she reported the incident.

Following the report, Alexander was arrested and arraigned in court on Wednesday. Detectives from the New York Police Department (NYPD) discovered suspicious materials, including chemicals and a pipe bomb, during their investigation.

Neighbors described Alexander as a quiet and reserved man to FOX 5 New York. Authorities are continuing their investigation into the incident, and the NYPD has yet to respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.