'Armed suspect' on Greyhound bus arrested after chase from Wisconsin into IL

Sergio Conner
January 13, 2018

One person is in custody after the pursuit of the bus, which began in Wisconsin and ended on Interstate 94 in Lake County, according to a press release from Illinois State Police.

The suspect is in custody, ISP said. A Greyhound spokesperson said 50 passengers were on the bus from Milwaukee to Chicago when an "incident" involving a possible gunman occurred at around 9:50 p.m.

Greyhound officials say they are working to get a relief bus to the scene to pick up passengers and take them to Chicago.

Traffic was closed in both directiions on the interstate while police continue to investigate, the Daily Herald reported.

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So far no injuries have been reported.

Drivers are advised to avoid the area.

Because of this incident, all lanes of southbound I-94 near Wisconsin 50 in Kenosha County were shut down.

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