Though he was initially arrested for jumping the turnstile at the 116th Street 6 train station, cops have charged Shon Holland, 40, for a slew of other crimes, including raping a 79-year-old woman in her apartment building in the Bronx. Holland was caught on Friday by anti-terror cops in the subway station, and when he was taken into custody cops discovered he was wanted for violating an order of protection issued to his old girlfriend. Later, detectives discovered his DNA matched a sample taken from the rape victim's clothing.

Holland is accused of following the elderly woman into her apartment building around 2 a.m. on July 19th, punching her in the face in the elevator and sexually assaulting her before fleeing. His DNA was on file because of previous run-ins with the law; Holland has been arrested 14 times since 1990 on charges such as robbery and weapons possession.