The Boston Herald is reporting that a man was arrested on Tuesday at Univiersity Station after passengers reported that he was acting suspicious.
Amtrak police confronted the man, and when he didn't produce an ID they took a further look at him.
Because the man had no ticket, he was arrested. Upon searching his belongings, police found that he was in possession of a stun gun and had identifications in six different names, as well as prescriptions filled out to all the different names.
Police were able to identify the man as Mark Moskowitz of Brooklyn, NY, through fingerprints and found that there were warrants for him in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York for forgery, illegally obtaining prescription drugs and failure to appear in court.
He was arraigned Wednesday on charges of identity fraud, stun gun possession, fare evasion, trespassing and providing a false name to police.