Cops who nabbed a fare-beater in Manhattan quickly found he was wished for a much bigger crime — tried homicide.
Salim Bradley, 22, slipped by the emergency exit door contained in the 110th St.-Central Park North subway station round 5:45 a.m. Thursday, catching the attention of Officers Justin Berey and Christian Dubose of the NYPD Transit Bureau’s Anti-Terrorism Unit, cops stated.
Bradley jumped down onto the two/three line tracks and ran towards the 96th St. station, however the officers caught as much as him and he surrendered, police stated.
Whereas Bradley was in police custody, a suspicious Officer Berey checked his information and located an open warrant for tried homicide in Colonial Heights, Va., authorities stated.
He will likely be extradited to Virginia to face expenses.
“Anyone who’s going to leap onto the tracks to run away from the police — there’s obtained to be extra of a motive. (Officer Berey) took the initiative to dig a bit of bit and he did a fantastic job,” stated Capt. Philip Wishnia, the unit’s commanding officer.
Bradley was charged with theft of service, reckless endangerment and prison trespassing for Thursday’s crime.