Police: Orange Line rider should maybe stop trying to fare jump, because he's not very good at it

A man nabbed for alleged fare jumping at Ruggles last year was picked up for the same offense at Forest Hills yesterday afternoon, Transit Police report.

Although piggybacking behind a paying customer normally only means a ticket, in both cases, Juan Garcia was arrested because he had outstanding warrants charging him with assault and battery on a police officer.

One of those charges is from last Setember, when he allegedly attacked a Transit officer arresting him at Ruggles after watching him piggyback into the station.

Innocent, etc.

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