That suspect is Jamill Jones, a basketball coach based in North Carolina.
According to a story from the New York Post, a Boca Raton man was in Long Island City for his stepsister's wedding.
Szabo apparently mistook the auto for an Uber that he had called.
After banging on multiple cars in front of 41-10 29th St., a nearby person heard the commotion and went to confront Szabo, sources said.
Szabo died of his injuries Tuesday.
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A spokesman says Wake Forest has no immediate comment on the 35-year-old Jones' arrest.
According to NBC New York, Szabo had knocked on Jones' auto window, mistaking the vehicle for his Uber ride.
Wake Forest head coach Danny Manning said at the time that Jones was a "well-respected bright mind" in the coaching world and brought "new blood" and "new perspectives" to Wake Forest. Szabo fell and hit his head hit the pavement, losing consciousness, authorities said.
Bob and Donna Kent told NBC's "Today" show that the coach, Jamill Jones, should have tried to save their son Sandor Szabo's life after punching him early Sunday. "We will make a further statement after we learn more about the matter". He said Jones is cooperating with the police investigation.
Jones sent his condolences to the family of the tourist via a statement from his lawyer. He has also coached at UCF, VCU and Florida Gulf Coast. We're going to say one thing and that's all. "Sandor was super outgoing, friendly, and an incredibly smart businessman". He was fun to be with, interesting, and always interested.