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The teen’s father, detonated with an AK-47 assault rifle at a Times Square subway station, was a criminal killed in a police shot in Ohio last month.
Andrew Teague, 43, was shot dead on Interstate 270 after a wild chase on March 5th in Columbus, Ohio.
Authorities tried to arrest Teague before the fatal reunion on February 2 with a serious arrest warrant related to an accident, police said.
Saadiq Teague appears to be BIPOC. His father Andrew Teague was killed by police back in Ohio 2 weeks ago in a shoot out.
Incredibly glad this young man was arrested without incident. He has much healing to do.
— Ariel Knox (@MsArielKnox) April 17, 2021
The police followed Teague for over an hour. During an attempt to escape, Teague drove in the wrong direction on I-270 and finally collided head-on with two other vehicles within a few minutes.
Jim Gilbert, vice chairman of the Gilbert County Sheriff’s Office, said Teague then got out of the vehicle and spoke to an officer and a deputy from Columbus, WBNS-TV reported.
Teague, who had a long criminal history including arrests for gun possession, domestic violence, robbery and drug trafficking, was killed in the shooting. Investigators found a gun at the scene.
Teague’s cousin, HK Woods, told the Post by phone that he was having problems with his surveillance agent and that he had “left him on the sidelines”.
“In a way, he came out the best he could,” said Woods.
The 18-year-old son, identified by New York law enforcement as Saadiq Teague, was blown up by New York Police Department officers with an AK-47 assault rifle and face mask in the Times Square subway station on Friday afternoon.
Saadiq, who lives in Ohio, was arrested without incident around 12:30 p.m. on the mezzanine floor of subway stations A, C and E. He was not charged immediately.
Sources say the teen was sitting down and charging his cell phone at the train station with the gun next to him when uniformed transport police noticed him.
The AK-47 was unloaded, but the teenager had a fully loaded magazine in his backpack and a gas mask, sources said.
Saadiq told police it was legal to bring an unloaded rifle with separately stored ammunition into New York City, a senior law enforcement agency said.
The FBI was also involved in the investigation into the case, the sources said.
Woods said he’d lost touch with Saadiq in recent years but called him a good guy who loved to play football.
A man from Ohio who identified himself as Saadiq’s uncle was stunned by the news on Friday.
“How the hell did you get to New York?” Rennell Mahone asked during a phone conversation with The Post before asking, “Did he have a gas mask at the subway station?”