Hoping to Save on Fare, Man Impersonates Secret Service Agent

Steve Neavling

It’s one way to avoid paying fare.

A man is accused of impersonating a Secret Service agent on a the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority commuter rail in hopes of not being asked to pay, Boston.com reports. The Secret Service is investigating.

“We’re aware of the incident and we are investigating it,” Special Agent in Charge Stephen Marks told Boston.com. “Impersonating a federal agent or officer is a crime… we’re taking the report seriously [and] looking to get to the bottom of it.”

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