Knife-Wielding Man Hijacks School Bus

CABOT, Ark.—A 22-year-old man with a knife hijacked a school bus near Little Rock, Ark., that was transporting 11 students to school. The suspect was arrested after a 10-mile chase.

Nicholas John Miller has been identified as the suspect and was taken into custody by police Thursday morning, reports

Police say Miller first demanded a car from someone who didn’t have one to give to him. The school bus was stopped nearby, so the suspect got on the bus and drove out of Jacksonville, Ark.

No one was injured during the incident, and Miller has been charged with vehicle piracy, kidnapping and aggravated assault.

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