Camouflaged Brooklyn woman arrested for stabbing ex-husband in midtown Manhattan altercation

Monique Tyler of Brooklyn was indicted on assault, attempted assault, menacing, weapons possession and other charges after stabbing her ex-partner on a Manhattan street corner during a fight

Authorities arrested a Brooklyn woman who reportedly stabbed her ex-husband during a midnight altercation Saturday in midtown Manhattan.

Identified as Monique Tyler, 52, she got into a fight with her 68-year-old husband at the corner of W. 31st St and Sixth Avenue at 12:10 a.m., the NYPD revealed.

In the incident, officials stated that Tyler, dressed in camouflage clothing, pulled out a knife and attacked her ex-partner.

EMS immediately transported the victim to Bellevue Hospital, where the victim was expected to survive. Her identity was not released.

Officers responding to the scene apprehended Tyler at a nearby subway station, the Daily News reported.

The woman, a Brownsville native, was charged with assault, attempted assault, menacing, weapons possession, and other charges, the NYPD said.

The couple was separated and no longer lived together, said a law enforcement source familiar with the case.

The reason for the argument and at what instant Tyler pulled the knife during the fight was not disclosed at this time.