At least his third arrest – why hasn’t he been deported yet? via: MBTA police arrest man for allegedly attacking driver – The Boston Globe
A Malden man allegedly assaulted an MBTA bus driver and threatened transit police officers at Malden Center station on Tuesday, leading to his third arrest at an Orange Line stop since 2013.
Mohamed Noor, 29, refused to pay his bus fare when boarding at the Malden Center station in the Commercial Street busway at around 12:45 a.m. Tuesday, Transit Police said in a statement.
When the driver told Noor he would have to get off the bus if he did not pay, Noor allegedly threatened the driver, then hit him in the face and head. Noor then left the station, police said.
Officers soon caught up with Noor, and police said he began acting combative, threatening them with physical harm.
He was arrested and charged with assaulting a public employee and disorderly conduct.
“MBTA employees, particularly bus operators provide a valuable service to the public and they do not deserve to be treated in such a brutal manner,” said Transit Police Superintendent Richard Sullivan. “The safety of MBTA employees is one of our top priorities. We will stay involved in this case to insure Mr. Noor is held accountable.
Noor has been arrested by transit police twice before for assault at an Orange Line T station, according to statements posted online by transit police.
In August 2014, Noor beat and attempted to rob a man at the Sullivan Square station, police said. In October 2013, he punched a 69-year-old MBTA employee and proceeded to kick him on the ground in the Roxbury Crossing station, police said in a statement.
Noor was arraigned Tuesday in Malden District Court for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, interfering with a bus driver, disorderly conduct, and threatening to commit a crime, said Liz Vlock, a spokeswoman for Middlesex District Attorney Marian T. Ryan.
A judge ordered Noor to stay away from the driver of the bus, his bus route, and all MBTA stations in Malden, Vlock said.
Noor was ordered held on a separate probation warrant from Roxbury Municipal Court, Vlock said. He is scheduled to return to court in Malden on Feb. 9.
Attorney Marian Ryan’s office said. He was held on a probation warrant out of Roxbury District Court.
In October 2013, Noor was arrested for punching and kicking an elderly bus driver in Roxbury. He was sentenced to 2 1⁄2 years in prison, with the sentence suspended for four years, court records show.
Then, in August 2014 he attacked a man in the Sullivan Square MBTA station, savagely beating the 53-year-old until the victim ran onto a bus, Transit police said in a statement. The victim in that case did not testify, however, Noor was held in Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody for a time, court records show.
An official with ICE said they have not placed a detainer on him, but added “ICE is closely monitoring the situation.”
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