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NYC Subway Slaying Suspect Surrenders; Mayor Rips Judicial Rules

  • Alleged shooter has criminal history dating back to 2016
  • NYC mayor will meet with business leaders Thursday about crime
A police officer at the Canal Street subway station in New York, on May 22.

A police officer at the Canal Street subway station in New York, on May 22.

Photographer: Dakota Santiago/The New York Times/Redux
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The suspect in the fatal Sunday morning shooting of a passenger on the New York City subway, a man with a history of arrests, has surrendered to the police.

Andrew Abdullah, 25, is in custody, the New York Police Department said in a tweet and confirmed at a press conference Tuesday afternoon. Police earlier named the suspect, who was wanted for the shooting of Daniel Enriquez, a Goldman Sachs Group Inc. employee, on the Q train, in what was described as an unprovoked attack.