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Subway shooter who killed Goldman Sachs worker on his way to brunch weeks after being granted bail over car theft 

Andrew Abdullah shot and killed Daniel Enriquez in an unexplained attack on May 19th

Andrew Abdullah shot and killed Daniel Enriquez in an unexplained attack on May 19th

Andrew Abdullah shot and killed Daniel Enriquez in an unexplained attack on the subway on May 19th. 

Weeks earlier, a judge let Abdullah out on no bond, despite him having tried to steal a car. 

Prosecutors asked the judge to keep him behind bars on a $15,000 bond but the judge – Leigh Cheng – denied their request, and let him out. 

He went on to kill Enriquez on a Manhattan-bound Q train, then handed himself in days later after a fruitless effort by the NYPD. 

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Frank Abrokwa smeared feces on a woman's face weeks after being bailed out after punching someone on a subway platform

Frank Abrokwa smeared feces on a woman’s face weeks after being bailed out after punching someone on a subway platform

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