Suspect in custody after police chase Greyhound bus

Suspect in custody after police chase Greyhound bus

Numerous police agencies from Wisconsin and IL are responding to an incident involving a Greyhound bus.

Authorities received a call for a disorderly and possibly armed person on a Greyhound bus on I-94 around 10 p.m., the release said.

Police said the bus came to a stop near the exit ramp to IL on Route 173 and that all 40 passengers were evacuated off the bus safely.

One passenger, Patrick Dodd, described how a man began "acting crazy" and continued to threaten passengers.

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The pursuit is said to have started in Wisconsin and ended in IL. The pursuit ended near the exit for Illinois Route 173 near Wadsworth. There was four or five people telling him he needs to sit back down, he refused to.

Interstate 94 was shut down in both directions in the area of where the bus stopped. They were eventually removed from the bus safely.

The Illinois State Police said they are investigating whether the man was carrying a gun.

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