Police Charge Two Teenagers For Attack On MBTA Bus Driver

ROXBURY (CBS) – MBTA Police announced on Wednesday that they’ve arrested two teenagers involved in an assault on a T bus driver.

Nineteen-year-old Michael Baptista and 18-year-old Felix Garcia, both of Roxbury face felony charges for interference with a bus driver and assault and battery on a public employee.

If convicted on the interference charge, the men could both be looking at a maximum 20 years in prison.

The MBTA said the 39-year-old bus driver was attacked on Monday after he apparently asked one of the passengers to put out a cigarette.  The attack caused the bus to hit a building.

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  1. william says:

    these two guy are to be put in jail for the dumbest reason

  2. emom says:

    Roxbury has some tough areas, I remember them well growing up, But back then it was petty stuff. Now a days, its worse… Throw the book at these punks. Make examples of them ..

  3. p2 says:

    Give them the full 20 years, with no parole.

  4. Jonathan says:

    Re-introduce stockades. Put these two punks on display and pelt them with rotten eggs… then ship them off to prison for twenty years.

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