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Man arrested after suspicious backpack scare at Portland rail station

Security and Safety | June 12, 2017

Police said the backpack contained no explosives, however, items were protruding from the backpack to make it look dangerous.

Woman pushes 5-year-old girl onto NJ Transit tracks

Security and Safety | January 30, 2017

Officers jumped in front of the train to signal it to stop, while the child was removed from the tracks. The woman has been charged with attempted murder.

Bus| December 5, 2016

Man steals MTA bus from Staten Island depot again

The Staten Island resident took the bus on a nearly four-mile joyride, before abandoning it on a corner. It was unclear if he picked up or dropped off any passengers during his route.

Rail| September 14, 2016

Man arrested for punching NJ TRANSIT rail conductor

Peer Fikhman, 22, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault on a conductor and theft of services for non-payment of fare.

Security and Safety | August 3, 2016

DC Metro police officer arrested for allegedly aiding ISIS

The officer, Nicholas Young, allegedly purchased technology-related items to send to the ISIS operatives so they could evade authorities when contacting each other.

Management & Operations| July 20, 2016

2 Amtrak employees charged in overtime fraud scheme

Altogether, the two supervisors allegedly billed the rail agency for 900 overtime hours they didn't work, totaling about $91,000.

Security and Safety | November 12, 2015

Serial transit thief arrested for stealing Greyhound bus

Police sources said Darius McCollum, 50, has already planned his next heist when he was arrested Wednesday. McCollum told detectives he planned to steal an airplane next, sources said.

Security and Safety | October 22, 2015

San Francisco cell phone robber arrested after trying to transfer

According to a report, the man used a semi-automatic handgun to rob the two people, then got off of that bus and got onto the next bus at that same stop.

Rail| September 8, 2015

Twitter leads to arrest of man on SEPTA train

The quick arrest was the result of SEPTA’s Police Chief Thomas Nestel’s frequent use of Twitter. Chief Nestel, who said that Twitter has become part of the police forces arsenal, was able to get basic information to officers who intercepted the train and the suspect within eight minutes.

Motorcoach| April 14, 2015

Greyhound riders accused of calling in bomb threat charged

The threat was called in about 5:30 p.m. Friday, as the bus was traveling from New York state to Cleveland. The men claimed they were affiliated with Al-Qaeda and had a bomb that would destroy the White House.

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