Man surrenders to New York authorities for subway chokehold death of Jordan Neely


Daniel Penny, 24, faces second-degree manslaughter charges that could carry up to 15 years in jail, according to Manhattan DA’s office

A man who kept a chokehold around the neck of an agitated fellow passenger on a New York City subway, leading to the other rider’s death, turned himself in to authorities on Friday morning on a manslaughter charge that could send him to prison for 15 years.

Daniel Penny, 24, surrendered to the authorities to be arrested and charged with second-degree manslaughter.

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