Health aide accused of attacking man

Police say Randolph Bien-Aime, of Queens Village, hit the mentally ill man in his car when he would not comply with directions.

Randolph Bien Aime of Queens Village will be in court today.

Randolph Bien Aime of Queens Village will be in court today. (6/11/15)

THOMASTON - A home health aide is accused of attacking the man he was supposed to be caring for in Thomaston. 

Police say Randolph Bien-Aime, of Queens Village, hit the mentally ill man in his car when he would not comply with directions.

The incident occurred on Tuesday at around 6 a.m.

The 59-year-old suffered bruises and a black eye. 

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