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One suspect was taken into custody and all passengers on a Greyhound bus were safely evacuated after a "possible hostage situation" and police pursuit on I-94 near Wadsworth, Illinois, late Friday night, authorities said.

Dodd caught the Greyhound in Milwaukee about 8:45 p.m. and was headed to Chicago.

Wisconsin and IL law enforcement attempted to stop the bus after a passenger called 911, officials said.

Schmaling said Vargas-Rosas had gotten into an argument with two other passengers and later, for reasons still unclear, threatened to shoot everyone on board as he dug into his waistband.

Police shut down I-94 near the Wisconsin-Illinois state line until the suspect was arrested, according to media reports. Schmaling said Margarito Vargas-Rosas, 33, of Chicago was charged with making terroristic threats and disorderly conduct.

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Multiple agencies are at the scene responding to the incident. Schmaling said the driver didn't know there was any potential danger. Vargas-Rosas appeared in court Sunday morning in Waukegan, where a Lake County judge denied him bond.

The sheriff stated Saturday that no gun was found on the suspect, but police plan to search the bus for a weapon. He is in the country illegally, Schmaling said, noting that he had been deported to Mexico some time ago.

Another passenger, Terrance Williams of New Jersey, said he thought police were escorting the bus, not realizing what was happening in the back. "He did make threats that he was going to shoot and kill".

"There's a lot of areas you could hide a weapon on that bus, as you could imagine", he said. Sheriff Schmaling says Vargas-Rosas continued to make threats to kill law enforcement during his transport to jail.


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