Man on Greyhound bus who threatened to kill passengers is in US

Man on Greyhound bus who threatened to kill passengers is in US

Man on Greyhound bus who threatened to kill passengers is in US

The pursuit crossed into IL and the bus eventually stopped near the exit ramp to Route 173.

Illinois State Police were notified of a pursuit out of Wisconsin involving the bus, police said. "He was pacing back and forth in the aisle, acting suspiciously, digging into his waistband", Schmaling said. The suspect was taken into custody without incident, police said.

The Racine County District Attorney is going to work to have him extradited back here.

"(He) has been in our country illegally and has been deported some time ago back to Mexico and by virtue of his actions last night, he's back and threatening to kill Americans", Racine County sheriff Christopher Schmaling said.

However, he continued to make threats to the deputies taking him to jail as well as Racine County investigators who interviewed him, Schmaling said.

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Schmaling said no weapon has yet been found, but the Racine County Sheriff's Office has seized the bus and plans to continue to search for a gun. Officials shut down both sides of the highway as they closed in on the bus.

The Sheriff's Office is recommending Vargas-Rosas be charged with making terroristic threats, a felony, and disorderly conduct.

A second bus transported the passengers to their destinations, a Greyhound spokeswoman said.

"I would have been happier if he would have pulled over and stopped as soon as he saw us", Schmaling said.

Police put out spike strips to make the Greyhound bus stop. "The first thought in my mind was that they were escorting us, but then it's like okay maybe they're not because I see some of them pulling over and I couldn't see what they were doing".

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