(Portland, OR) -- A homeless man accused of stealing a dying man's wallet is facing new charges. George Tschaggeny is accused of stealing the wallet from the man who was killed in last month's attack on a MAX train. A Multnomah County Circuit Court grand jury has now indicted Tschaggeny on identity theft charges. He's accused of using Ricky Best's credit card five times the day he died. Best was killed on the train when he stepped in to defend two teenage girls. Tschaggeny was arrested six days later.