Marine Who Put Jordan Neely In Chokehold On NYC Subway To Face Criminal Charges

  • The former Marine who put Jordan Neely in a chokehold on a New York City subway train earlier this month is expected to turn himself in on Friday to face criminal charges in the case. Neely later died after the incident.
  • The decision to charge 24-year-old Daniel Penny was made by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, according to a report from NBC 4 New York.
  • ABC Correspondent CeFaan Kim wrote on Twitter that Penny will be charged with Manslaughter in the Second Degree.