Police ID man accused of throwing urine on MTA workers

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Police have identified the man in custody, accused of throwing urine on MTA workers.

Police say 22-year-old Brandon Jobson, of Brooklyn, is now facing two counts of assault charges.

On April 12, Jobson is said to have doused a train conductor with urine and then punched the conductor in the face at the Brook Avenue station in Mott Haven.

About an hour later, Jobson allegedly threw urine in the face of a Bx1 bus driver at the 138th Street stop on the Grand Concourse.

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