Subway shooter in New York called the police to report his whereabouts

On April 12, a shooting was recorded in the new york subway that left 29 injured, the person responsible was identified as Frank James 62 years old and it was recently revealed that seeing that he was wanted by the authorities, he contacted the police to report his whereabouts.

Through surveillance cameras, the person responsible was identified, who at the time was wearing a reflective orange vest and a helmet.

Shortly after committing the crime, in AmericanPost.News We let you know that Frank James is arrested for shooting in the New York subway.

Frank James contacted the police

A shooting is recorded in New York Responsible for shooting alerted the police about his whereabouts

After committing the crime, Frank James went for a walk in the East Village while waiting to be arrested by the police.

According to the authorities, the man made a call to give them his exact whereabouts, as he had not been arrested.

“You know, I think they’re looking for me. I’m seeing my picture all over the news and I’ll be near this McDonalds… I want to clear things up.”

Upon arrival at the scene, the man was not found, so the police inspected the surroundings, until they found him.

“I am Frank, I am the person you are looking for. I’m surprised it took so long.”

New York shooting

Responsible for the shooting notified the police of his whereabouts

The shooting took place at the Brooklyn County subway station, leaving 29 injured, of which 10 were shot.

The assailant threw smoke grenades into a crowded subway car and then fired 33 shots from a 9mm pistol.

Witnesses to the arrest stated that Frank James did not resist the police: “He did not fight, he did not do anything, he gave up completely,” he added.

The shooter of new york subway, Frank James He is accused of crimes related to terrorism and committing acts of violence against mass transportation systems.

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