Saturday, June 6, 2015

Man stopped by police for evading a $2.10 public transport fare had $7,000 cash on him


Massachusetts – A man stopped by police for evading a $2.10 public transport fare had $7,000 cash on him, reports the Boston Herald.

Timothy Chapman was accused by cops of attempting to “piggy-back” behind another paying customer at Back Bay station.

Police stopped him for the free ride and found they had an arrest out for the 35-year-old for motor vehicle violations.

He was taken into custody, which was when officers found the money. More

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