Suspect in Greyhound bus incident makes court appearance, held without bond

LAKE COUNTY, Ill. (CBS 58) -- The suspect accused in the Greyhound bus incident from Friday night made a court appearance Sunday morning.

Margarito Vargas-Rosas appeared in court with an interpreter for an extradition hearing. There will be another extradition hearing on Wednesday.

Racine County is asking that Vargas-Rosas be extradited to face charges related to terroristic threats after threatening to shoot people on a Greyhound bus last night. He did not make any threats in court on Sunday.

The bus was chased 17 miles before spike stripes stopped it. The driver claims he thought police were doing a training exercise.

Vargas-Rosas is being held without bond.

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