Police have arrested a Revere 19-year-old for vandalizing T, city and private property.
MBTATransit Police allege Marc Meadowcroft was one of two men to vandalize the two vintage trolleys on display at the Boylston T stop in January 2014.
Meadowcroft, who goes by the graffiti name “CIGA”, according to police, was arrested on Wednesday and is expected to be arraigned sometime today in Boston Municipal Court, where he will face 14 counts of felony “tagging.”
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One of the trolleys that was vandalized was built in the 1950s by the Lowell-based Pullman-Standard Company.
Police already charged Daniel Nelligan, 25, of Whitman, for vandalizing the historic trolleys last summer. Meadowcroft, according to authorities, continued to deface MBTA, city and private property with graffiti.