Snowboarder Trevor Jacob Arrested in Ohio

Snowboarder Trevor Jacob Arrested in Ohio

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Snowboarder Trevor Jacob Arrested in Ohio

Professional snowboarder Trevor Jacob was arrested yesterday riding the rails in Stark County Ohio. He was found by officials hiding under a tarp with a Taylor Woods, 21.

As reported by the Canton Repository:

“Trevor D. Jacob, 18, of Mammoth Lakes, Calif., and Taylor D. Woods, 21, of San Francisco, were found around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday aboard a Norfolk & Southern train, Stark County Jail records said. Jacob is listed as a professional snowboarder and Woods as unemployed.

The men were arrested in the 800 block of East Main Street and booked into the jail, each on a misdemeanor charge of railroad vandalism and criminal trespassing.

Jail records said Jacob and Woods were arrested after they were found hiding under the tarp on the train.

Jacob and Woods remained in the jail early Wednesday, each held in lieu of $2,000 bond pending a hearing in Alliance Municipal Court.

Jacob made headlines last year by jumping the famous Tahoe train gap:

 

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