Two Northeast teenagers charged in bus driver attack

By Shannon McDonald

The two teens charged for the April 2 attack on a SEPTA bus driver are from the Northeast.

Estebon Santiago, 47 was attacked when he stopped his 124 bus at 12th and Market streets. The teens, whom he allowed to ride from King of Prussia while they searched for fare money, began beating Santiago after they refused to pay once the bus stopped in Center City.

Carlos Masip, 18 of Algon Avenue near Devereaux Avenue, turned himself into the 15th Police Distrisct at Harbsion Avenue and Levick Street Friday, after his accomplice was arrested. The second teen’s identitiy has not been released, as he is only 17, but he is from Anchor Street near Torresdale Avenue.

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