Man Arrested Following Alleged Shooting Aboard BAT Bus 

A Bangor city bus turned into a crime scene Wednesday afternoon, after a passenger reportedly fired off a .357 Magnum.20 people were on board the bus at the time.No one was hurt.Police say the bus was traveling down State Street when it happened.The alleged shooter then fled the scene.According to authorities, the BAT bus driver flagged down police officers, and told them someone had shot her bus.About an hour and a half later, authorities received a tip from a passenger from the first bus, that the man had boarded another bus.State police stopped that bus in Orono at around 5:45pm, and arrested 24-year-old Jason Robinson of Bangor.Police say Robinson had the gun in his coat.He told officers he was going to sell the gun in Old Town. Robinson claims he was showing the weapon to someone on board the bus, when it accidentally went off.He’s charged with reckless conduct with a firearm, and carrying a concealed weapon without a permit. Robinson is also being held on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court.He is currently behind bars at the Penobscot County Jail.