PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – An intoxicated New England Patriots fan celebrating last weekend’s win over the Pittsburgh Steelers is now facing charges.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pennsylvania: Health Department Reports 1,493 New Cases, 15 Additional Deaths
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.
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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.
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The suspect has been identified as Sean Sullivan-Fullum, 24, of Pittsburgh.
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.
Christine D’Antonio’s Report:
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.MORE NEWS: 19-Year-Old Woman Critically Injured In Hit-And-Run Crash
He has a preliminary hearing set for Dec. 28.