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The madman who turned a New York commute into a bloody terror when he allegedly opened fire inside a crowded subway car called Crime Stoppers on himself Wednesday morning — then calmly went for an afternoon stroll through the East Village.

“A call came into Crime Stoppers … The guy says, ‘You know, I think you’re looking for me. I’m seeing my picture all over the news and I’ll be around this McDonald’s,’” a law enforcement source told The Post of the bizarre moment Frank James called cops on himself.

The article goes on to state the following:

“So the unit responds and he’s not at the McDonald’s, so they start driving around and see a man who fits the description. When they take him into custody, they find his Wisconsin driver’s license.”


A couple of other New Yorkers also noticed James in the area and called police, including Zak Dahnan, who is being praised as a hero for his part in reporting the sighting.

James, 62, opened fire on a subway train Tuesday morning, shooting 10 people and wounding 19 others. He is now facing charges for committing a terrorist attack against a mass transportation system. If convicted, he faces life in prison.  He was arrested just before 2pm Wednesday.

Photos have been shared on social media of the moment James was taken into custody.

During a press conference on Wednesday after James’s arrest, police announced that James has a lengthy criminal record with 12 prior arrests.

Police said James has ties in Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York City. His arrest history in New York City includes 9 prior arrests, dating from 1992 to 1998, including possession of burglary tools four times, a criminal sex act, and more.

James also has 3 arrests in New Jersey in 1991, 1992 and 2007.

Zak Dahhan is seen surrounded by reporters Wednesday afternoon as he describes how he spotted James and called police.

The exact spelling of the man’s name is still uncertain. The Daily Mail listed his name as Zack Tahhan.

Surveillance footage has been shared of James as he walked down the sidewalk Tuesday morning, on his way to the subway.

Below is surveillance footage of James, disguised as a construction worker, as he went through the turnstiles to enter the subway station at 6:15 am Tuesday morning, prior to committing the horrific attack.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. WTH? They are now saying the police found him themselves because the creep called in himself and not because the worker called that had spotted him and called them? I’m just really thankful he is in custody but feel bad for the guy who everyone has been calling a hero for catching him.

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