-- The teenager who was caused a security scare at the Freedom Tower earlier this year has been arrested for a new stunt, police said.
Justin Casquejo, 16, has been charged with defiant trespass and resisting arrest after being caught climbing a water tower in Weehawken, New Jersey.
State officials said that the Sept. 17 incident in Weehawken could violate his probation that was handed down after he was caught at the top of the Freedom Tower.
Casquejo was arrested in March after climbing to the tower's spire. He later explained that he scaled the fence surrounding the site, took the stairs to the 20th floor, jumped on an elevator to the 99th floor and then walked the rest of the way up to the top of the Western Hemisphere's tallest building.
He pleaded guilty in that case. He has not yet had to enter a plea in the Weehawken case.
Police sources confirmed that Casquejo was the individual arrested in connection to the Weehawken case because the suspect's name was not originally released publicly due to his age.
There may have been other people present when he allegedly scaled the water tower last week, but Casquejo was the only person arrested.
Casquejo posted an apology on Twitter after he was caught in March, but he has not posted any remorseful message since his most recent arrest.
His most recent message -- saying "It's just a ride" -- came on the day of the Weehawken arrest, though it is unclear if it happened before or after the alleged stunt.