By COLLEEN LONG
NEW YORK (AP) - Police say they were called by family members of a 31-year-old woman charged with murder in the death of a man shoved in front of a New York City subway train at least five times because she had not been properly taking prescribed medications.
Erika Menendez was being held without bail in the death of Sunando Sen, who died Thursday night in Queens. Police say Menendez's family members called authorities several times in the past five years because they were having difficulty dealing with her. Police did not say what the medication was.
Menendez had been arrested several times. She pleaded guilty to assaulting a man in 2003, and drug possession.
Menendez was in custody and unavailable for comment. It was unclear what lawyer was representing her.
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