It has been four days since the chokehold death of 30-year-old Jordan Neely on a subway train in Manhattan.

The Manhattan district attorney’s office is investigating and weighing potential charges for the man who put Neely in the chokehold.

Multiple law enforcement sources confirm that man is 24-year-old former Marine Daniel Penny.

Mayor Eric Adams has called for the public to allow that investigation to run its course, but protesters have taken to the streets calling for Penny’s arrest.

Jawanza Williams, managing director of organizing for Vocal-NY, a group advocating for solutions to address issues like mass incarceration and homelessness, joined NY1 anchor Errol Louis on "Inside City Hall" Friday to talk more.