THE man suspected of killing a New York City subway rider on his way to brunch on Sunday has been arrested.
Andrew Abdullah is accused of fatally shooting 48-year-old Daniel Enriquez in a random daytime attack on a northbound Q train.
News 4 reports that Abdullah, who was wanted for murder, turned himself in on Tuesday.
Enriquez was on the train when the accidental gunman opened fire over the Manhattan Bridge at about 11:42 a.m. before fleeing Canal Street Station.
According to NYPD department head Kenneth Corey, the killer had been pacing the train as he fired “without provocation.”
After the shooting, the suspected gunman handed the gun over to a homeless man outside the subway station, police said.
Enriquez’s murder is the fourth straight-through homicide this year and equals the total for the same time span in 2021, according to city statistics.
Abdullah is said to be in his 20s.
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https://www.the-sun.com/news/5412171/nyc-subway-shooter-andrew-abdullah-daniel-enriquez/ New York City subway “gunman” Andrew Abdullah who “killed Daniel Enriquez on his way to Sunday brunch” is arrested