TTC: Man Brandishing a Knife in Subway, Receives Jail Sentence of 87 Days.

Update: see previous post – September 21, 2014 TTC: Man Who Assaulted Bus Driver Receives Two 90 Day Sentences in Jail

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) reports that there are, on average, two (2) TTC employees are assaulted every day, ranging from punching, slapping and spitting, to threats of physical harm or death.
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) reports that there are, on average, two (2) TTC employees are assaulted every day, ranging from punching, slapping and spitting, to threats of physical harm or death.

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Tyrell Brown, 23, pleads guilty to carrying a concealed weapon on Dec 29/15.

A man has been sent to jail for 87 days for brandishing a knife in a TTC subway station.

On December 29, a man was smoking a cigarette and drinking alcohol on the subway platform at Bloor-Yonge Station. A TTC operator asked the man to leave. The man, 23-year-old Tyrell Brown, pulled out a knife from his backpack before leaving the station.

Officers from the Toronto Police Service and TTC Special Constables arrested the man while he was leaving the station.

Tyrell Brown, 23, pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed weapon. He was sentenced to 87 days in jail and placed on probation for a period of 12 months.

On average, one TTC employee is assaulted every day, ranging from punching, slapping and spitting, to threats of physical harm or death.

The TTC’s Court Advocates work with Crown Attorneys and the Courts to ensure the stiffest penalties possible for those convicted of assault or threats on TTC employees, and continue to seek limits on the use of public transit in Toronto for those convicted of these crimes.

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