Police investigating bomb threat on Greyhound bus - KMOV.com

Police investigating bomb threat on Greyhound bus

(KMOV) -- No charges were filed in the case of a passenger on a Greyhound Bus, traveling from St. Louis to Kansas City, made comments about terrorism and bombs.

The bus driver called police around 9:43 a.m. and headed to a scheduled stop at a station on Big Bear Road in Columbia, MO. Police stopped the bus between Blue Ridge and Big Bear to evacuate the bus and detain the suspect.

The passengers were taken into Wilson's Fitness Center to stay warm.

The hazmat team and a bomb squad tech searched the luggage with x-ray.


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