Subway shooter Frank James, 62, is arrested in Manhattan’s East Village 29 hours after crashing ten at Brooklyn subway station
- Frank James, 62, was arrested Wednesday, nearly 30 hours after the shooting in Brooklyn
- James opened fire on Tuesday at 8:24 a.m. after dropping a smoke grenade on the subway
- The 62-year-old evaded the NYPD, FBI and other law enforcement teams for more than 24 hours
- James rented a U-Haul in Philadelphia and is believed to be driving to New York before dumping the car at Kings Avenue
- He is then thought to be entering the subway at 6 a.m., driving two hours, before the attack
- Ten people were injured, but no one was killed; among them was a 14-year-old
- James posted dozens of unhinged videos on YouTube about race, Eric Adams, and prison
Subway shooter Frank James was arrested a day after he shot ten people on a full Brooklyn train
Subway gunman Frank James has been arrested for running around the East Village in Lower Manhattan, a day after he shot ten people on a full Brooklyn train.
James was arrested Wednesday on 1st Avenue between 7th and 8th Streets after a bystander recognized him and called police.
More details are expected at a 2 p.m. press conference. His arrest on Wednesday puts an end to a shameful, day-long manhunt by the FBI and NYPD.
Now that he is in pre-trial detention, attention will be focused on why it took the police so long to find him in a city covered with security cameras.
The cameras at 36th Street station did not work yesterday when he opened fire on the northern N train at 8.24am.
It meant he managed to escape when injured passengers on the platform covered in blood spilled.
James, 62, had posted ranting videos on YouTube about violence, race, Eric Adams and crime in New York City.
He left Wisconsin, where he lived alone, on March 20 in a rented van, driving through Illinois, Indiana, Pennsylvania and then to New Jersey.
He is understood to have rented a U-Haul in Philadelphia earlier this week and driven it to Brooklyn, dumping it on Kings Highway, five miles from 36th Street Station.
He was then filmed in the subway at Kings Highway, shortly after 6 p.m. It is unclear what he did for the next two and a half hours before dropping a smoke bomb and dropping his gun on the train.
A suspect who is believed to be Frank James is being arrested on Wednesday on First Avenue between 7th and 8th Streets in Manhattan’s East Village, nearly 30 hours after he shot ten people in the subway.
The footage was obtained Wednesday morning when James, 62, grew up. It shows him walking slowly through a street in Brooklyn, walking a bag behind him and carrying a backpack in the other hand. He is wearing an orange bouvest
James had been relocated across the country for the month before releasing terror on Wednesday
Subway shooter Frank James has been ARRESTED: Gunman in NYPD custody
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