Jacksonville school bus hijacking ends without harm to students | Arkansas Blog

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Jacksonville school bus hijacking ends without harm to students

Posted By on Thu, Oct 17, 2013 at 10:36 AM

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reports on the hijacking of a Pulaski County school bus in Jacksonville by a man with a knife. A police pursuit — not at high speed — developed. But the bus eventually stopped with no harm to children and the man was taken into custody. Children reported the suspect, Nicholas Miller, cussed a lot.

Channel 4's Greg Yarbrough says Miller has been charged with vehicle piracy, 12 counts of kidnapping, and 2 counts of aggravated assault.

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