Frank James arrested in connection to Brooklyn subway shooting | USA TODAY

Frank James was arrested in Manhattan's East Village in response to a tip from the city's "crime stoppers" line, according to NYPD Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell.
RELATED: New York City Mayor Eric Adams addresses arrest of Brooklyn subway shooting suspect

After a manhunt that lasted more than 24 hours, police arrested a man they said opened fire on a Brooklyn subway train during morning rush hour Tuesday, an attack that left more than two dozen people injured.

Frank James faces a federal terror charge of attacking a mass transit system. He could face life in prison if convicted, said Breon Peace, U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York.

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  1. there is a possiblity he could get a much lesser sentence or walk really, lots of cicumstantial evidence nothing is tying him as the shooter.

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