MBTA Transit Police arrested a man who claimed he lived at the Occupy Boston encampment after he allegedly threatened to stab a passenger at South Station on Sunday.
According to reports, Christian Boucher, 34, was arrested and charged with assault by means of a dangerous weapon.
The victim told Transit Police that Boucher approached him and his wife-to-be in front of the South Station Bus Terminal around 5 p.m. Sunday.
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According to reports, Boucher made sexually suggestive remarks to the victim and his girlfriend before approaching the male victim and allegedly asking “if she was his girl or was she working.”
When the victim asked the suspect to leave them alone, Boucher allegedly took out a silver knife and stated he was a Latin King and he would "stab him up."
Police located Boucher at the bus terminal and arrested him after the victim identified him.