By Brenda Waters

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – An intoxicated New England Patriots fan celebrating last weekend’s win over the Pittsburgh Steelers is now facing charges.

According to police, officers were called to the Port Authority’s Fallowfield T station around 10 p.m. Sunday for a report of a fight.

When they arrived, they learned a man in Patriots’ apparel had thrown a rock at the light rail vehicle, which broke a window and struck a female passenger.

WATCH: Cell phone video of the incident —

One witness, who doesn’t want to be identified, said it was her friend who was hit.

“The person who that screaming with the Patriots’ [gear on] on the T, got off, [and] all of the sudden, we started hearing rocks thrown against the windows and that’s when my good friend was one of the ones who got hit,” she said.

 

The suspect has been identified as Sean Sullivan-Fullum, 24, of Pittsburgh.

sean sullivan fullum Police: Drunk Patriots Fan Taunts Steelers Fans, Throws Rock Through Trolley Window, Lands In Jail

(Photo Courtesy: Allegheny County Jail)

Earlier in the night, police cited Sullivan-Fullum at the Allegheny Station for allegedly moving a metal barrier to jump the line. There, he was told to leave Port Authority property.

In the later incident, when he was arrested, witnesses said Sullivan-Fullum was yelling at Steelers fans on the trolley and swinging from the handrails. One witness said Sullivan-Fullum spit in his face when he tried to get him to sit down.

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Officers quickly spotted Sullivan-Fullum near the intersection of Fallowfield and Hampshire avenues. Witnesses positively identified him as the man on the trolley.

Police noted the suspect had a strong odor of alcohol. Sullivan-Fullum was transported to the police station and placed in a holding cell, where began to vomit. He was then taken to the Allegheny County Jail and eventually released on bond.

Sullivan-Fullham is facing a list of charges including, propulsion of missiles, criminal mischief, harassment, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness.

He has a preliminary hearing set for Dec. 28.

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