TTC passengers may have noticed an increase in service disruptions last week, and it was for good reason.
A 54 year old man is facing charges in a bomb threat investigation involving the TTC.
Between April 8 and April 10, phone calls were made to the TTC about a bomb at either the York Mills or Eglinton subway stations.
The stations and tracks were searched and bomb-sniffing dogs were also brought in.
On the Sunday, just before 11:30 p.m., a call was received about a bomb at York Mills station.
The investigation led officers to a male suspect at the Eglinton station.
Aaron Finkler was arrested and charged with five counts each of public mischief and endangering life.
He remains in custody after a brief court appearance Monday.
Toronto police say their investigation has wrapped up, and they don’t believe there was ever a threat to public safety.