- An unnamed civilian in New York City stood in the way of an armed suspect fleeing NYPD officers and pushed him into a nearby fence, holding onto the suspect until police officers could make an arrest.
- The suspect was arrested after the civilian, who saw him fleeing police officers with a revolver in his hand, stepped in his way and pushed him into a nearby fence. The civilian then held onto the suspect until NYPD officers were able to place him under arrest, video shows.
WATCH: Good Samaritan Body Slams Fleeing Criminal, Hands Him Over To NYC Police
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - APRIL 13: NYPD officers patrol the subway platform at the Atlantic Avenue subway station on April 13, 2022 in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn in New York City. A manhunt is underway for a gunman who shot 10 people, critically injuring five on the N train during Tuesday's morning rush hour. The suspect, wearing a gas mask, tossed smoke grenades on the floor and fired 33 shots before leaving the scene. At least 13 other commuters suffered injuries due to smoke inhalation, falls, and panic attacks. The police on Tuesday evening named a "person of interest" in the mass shooting and believe that they have found his personal belongings left on the train that includes a Glock 9-millimeter handgun and a key to a U-Haul van. Mayor Eric Adams this morning announced that Frank James, the "person of interest" is now considered a suspect. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)
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