Man accused of making terroristic threats on Greyhound bus extradited to Racine County

RACINE COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The man accused of making terroristic threats on a Greyhound bus was extradited to Racine County on Friday.

Margarito Vargas-Rosas was being held in Lake County, Illinois where police were finally able to get the bus driver to pull over after a 17 mile chase. He is being held on a $75,035 bail.

Officials say he told passengers he had a gun and would shoot them. Police never found a gun on the bus.

Vargas-Rosas will be back in court next Wednesday morning, January 31, for a preliminary hearing.

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