The District Attorney's Office on Wednesday charged a man who allegedly pulled a gun on a SEPTA bus driver for missing his stop.
Investigators said 20-year-old Walter Thompson threatened a Route 24 bus driver with a firearm last Thursday after the driver failed to break at Thompson's desired drop-off point. Thompson then allegedly jumped off the bus and fled.
Thompson was arrested Tuesday night and charged with assault, harassment, terroristic threats and weapons offenses.
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He was arraigned on Wednesday and is currently jailed in lieu of $150,000 bail. Thompson is next due in court for a preliminary hearing on Feb. 14.