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New York City Caught An Alleged Subway Bandit Who Delayed Over 700 Trains

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New York City Caught An Alleged Subway Bandit Who Delayed Over 700 Trains

New York City Caught An Alleged Subway Bandit Who Delayed Over 700 Trains

A rogue subway bandit has been pulling emergency brakes on New York City subway trains, causing hundreds of delays.

According to Business Insider, on Friday, the NYPD revealed that an arrest of a suspect had been made in the case.

The NYTimes reports, Isaiah Thompson, a 23-year-old from Brooklyn, was arrested on charges of reckless endangerment and criminal trespassing.

According to Jalopnik, Thompson is expected to have delayed more than 700 trains in recent months.

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