To make matters worse, one of the most serious violators is still on the loose as police haven't been able to track him down.
Daniel Penny spoke publicly for the first time since his arrest for putting Jordan Neely in a lethal chokehold on a New York City subway train almost a month ago. In the interview with the post, Neely claimed it "wasn't about race" and suggested that he would do what he did again in a similar situation.
A medical examiner confirmed that the death of Jordan Neely, a Black homeless man who was put in a chokehold by a white straphanger on an F train in New York City, was a homicide. The Manhattan District Attorney's office has asked other witnesses to come forward with information.
A Black man who was homeless and suffering from mental illness was killed after being put in a chokehold by a white straphanger on a New York City subway train on Monday afternoon. Jordan Neely, 30, was alleged to have been ranting on the train when the 24-year-old subdued him. The former Marine was arrested by NYPD officers then ultimately released.
The New York Police Department has named Frank James, a 62-year-old with ties to Pennsylvania and Wisconsin as their main suspect in the brutal shooting attack on a subway train in Brooklyn that injured 29 people on Tuesday morning as a result of their ongoing investigation. They also cited James' posts on social media which included comments about NYC Mayor Adams and crime on the subways along with items of interest found at the scene and a vehicle James allegedly used.
The rush-hour commute in Brooklyn, New York was shattered Tuesday morning as law enforcement arrived at a subway station to find multiple people injured, with some suffering gunshot wounds. According to reports, the NYPD and FDNY also found undetonated explosive devices on the scene.
The NYPD announced the arrest of a suspect in an attack where a woman's face was smeared with feces as she waited for a train at a subway platform in the Bronx last week. Frank Abrokawa was apprehended for the attack on Monday, which took place at the Wakefield-East 241st Street station during rush hour, and was caught on camera.
Sometimes it pays to do the very least. One Subway restaurant employee says she was put on unpaid leave for fending off a would be robbery attempt.
A Black New York subway passenger shared details of an alleged vicious attack by a white man last Friday. In her account, the 57-year-old aide says that the man called her “Black b*tch” ahead of stabbing her, the injury which later collapsed her lung.
Stephanie Pazmino is behind bars after stabbing a transgender man in the arm and face on a New York subway car late Monday (Dec. 26) night. The man accused Pazmino of allegedly saying she didn’t want to sit next to a Black person after he offered her a seat.
A fellow inmate gave convicted child porn lover, Jared Fogle, a portion of the payback he deserves. Fogle, a former Subway spokesperson, caught a beatdown from a 66-year-old man fed up with the number of child predators housed in his unit.