Suspect: Geovanny Falcon

LOS ANGELES (CNS) — Metro officials and Sheriff’s detectives are asking for the public’s help in finding an unstable 24-year-old man who allegedly beat up a Metro bus driver in West Hills.

Geovanny Falcon, who has a goatee and a triple-X tattooed on the back of his neck, is known to frequent the MacArthur Park area, as well as North Hollywood and West Hills.

He was identified as the attacker who beat up a 59-year-old woman bus driver at Victory and Valley Circle boulevards on Nov. 17 about 10:40 p.m.

Though just 5-feet 7-inches and about 150 pounds, detectives described Falcon as “unstable, volatile and highly dangerous.”

According to deputies with the Transit Services Bureau, Falcon and a woman got on the bus and asked for a free ride. The driver was on a break and said she wouldn’t be going anywhere for the next few minutes and was attacked.

Anyone with more information as to Falcon’s whereabouts was asked to call Keith Schumaker at (213) 922-3613.