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Saturday, January 6, 2018

Jacon Trimm-Bryan tells the story of the night he stole a Trimet bus

 Jacob and I were casual internet buddies. 
I was shocked when I heard the news story that he had been arrested for stealing a Trimet bus out of Center Street. 
He served 10 months in jail for that incident. 
He told me his story.


1 comment:

Jason McHuff said...

I don't see why they can't require a badge number, driver's license number, last 4 digits of a social security number or other unique, personal information that both the district and the employee would know in order to reset a password.

Or if they really wanted, require that it be done on a work computer or even that the person see a station agent or other higher-up to get it done.

Using generic security questions like random Web sites do when TriMet has so much private information they could ask an employees is lame.