Brooklyn attack the authorities reward 5 who contributed to the arrest of the shooter

Brooklyn attack.. the authorities reward 5 who contributed to the arrest of the shooter The New York Police Department announced that $50,000 will be distributed to five people who provided "critical information" that helped arrest the man accused of shooting last week on the New York subway.  The New York Police Department announced Friday that a reward of $50,000 will be distributed to five people who provided "critical information" that helped arrest the man accused of shooting last week on the New York subway.  Frank James, accused of carrying out one of the deadliest attacks on the city's public transportation system, was arrested in Manhattan on Wednesday after a 30-hour manhunt with the help of a torrent of information from people. His lawyer said James, 62, called a police guideline to turn himself in.  "We appreciate everyone who has responded to our call for information to locate this suspect," Police Commissioner Kishant Sewell said in a statement.  James is charged with injuring 30 people by detonating smoke bombs and shootings inside a subway car during rush hour Tuesday morning in Brooklyn.  Police said 10 people were shot, but none were expected to die. Prosecutors said about 20 others were injured by smoke canisters or stampedes of passengers.  The New York Police Department said its investigators used information provided by people that helped locate James. Among the persons who provided information, five were selected whose information "directly contributed" to the arrest of the suspect.  The NYPD has not identified the five people who will share the reward, which is being raised from funds from the City Transportation Authority, the local Transportation Workers' Federation and the New York City Police Foundation.  "With the help of these five people, the NYPD was able to get their job done and get a dangerous suspect off the streets just hours after his photo was posted," New York Mayor Eric Adams said in a statement.

The New York Police Department announced that $50,000 will be distributed to five people who provided "critical information" that helped arrest the man accused of shooting last week on the New York subway.

The New York Police Department announced Friday that a reward of $50,000 will be distributed to five people who provided "critical information" that helped arrest the man accused of shooting last week on the New York subway.

Frank James, accused of carrying out one of the deadliest attacks on the city's public transportation system, was arrested in Manhattan on Wednesday after a 30-hour manhunt with the help of a torrent of information from people. His lawyer said James, 62, called a police guideline to turn himself in.

"We appreciate everyone who has responded to our call for information to locate this suspect," Police Commissioner Kishant Sewell said in a statement.

James is charged with injuring 30 people by detonating smoke bombs and shootings inside a subway car during rush hour Tuesday morning in Brooklyn.

Police said 10 people were shot, but none were expected to die. Prosecutors said about 20 others were injured by smoke canisters or stampedes of passengers.

The New York Police Department said its investigators used information provided by people that helped locate James. Among the persons who provided information, five were selected whose information "directly contributed" to the arrest of the suspect.

The NYPD has not identified the five people who will share the reward, which is being raised from funds from the City Transportation Authority, the local Transportation Workers' Federation and the New York City Police Foundation.

"With the help of these five people, the NYPD was able to get their job done and get a dangerous suspect off the streets just hours after his photo was posted," New York Mayor Eric Adams said in a statement.
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