Multiple people were shot Tuesday morning in the 36th Street subway station in Brooklyn, New York.
Multiple undetonated devices were also found in the area.
At least 13 were transported to local hospitals.
NYPD Crime Stoppers later posted images of a person of interest in Tuesday’s Brooklyn subway shooting: 62-year-old Frank James.
The New York Police Department and other law enforcement factions are offering a total of $50,000 for information leading to his arrest. Frank James is a fan of black nationalism according to his social media posts. Frank James was also previously on the FBI terrorist radar until 2019 when they stopped watching him.
James was later arrested in Manhattan.
Apparently, after the shooting, Frank James was hiding in plain sight. The subway shooter ate at Katz’s deli and was out walking the streets.
James called Crimestoppers himself telling police where he was charging his phone.
Mr James then evaded capture for more than a day, before finally being arrested at 1.42pm on Wednesday in the East Village of Manhattan – over 29 hours after Tuesday’s 8.26am mass shooting.
He was only arrested after calling CrimeStoppers himself and telling police he was at a McDonald’s and would be charging his phone in the fast food joint or outside. He was taken into custody without incident close by at St. Mark’s Place and First Avenue soon after the call.
It has now emerged that, rather than laying low, Mr James spent his last 30 hours of freedom brazenly enjoying different neighbourhoods and dining in popular eateries around the Big Apple – sparking further questions around why it took law enforcement so long to track him down.
The 62-year-old spent Tuesday night in a hostel in Chelsea opposite a police precinct, had breakfast on Wednesday at a trendy health food spot, and then had lunch at Katz’s Deli, according to NY Daily News, which pieced together his jaunt from various eyewitness accounts and police sources.
The FBI was too busy framing conservatives.