Greyhound Bus

POSTED BY: News Department
Wednesday, January 23, 2002 - 11:29 AM
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An intoxicated passenger caused panic on a Greyhound bus monday evening. Just before 7:30 the Zanesville post of the highway patrol recieved a 911 call from a passenger on a Greyhound bus, which was traveling from Columbus to New York. The caller said a man on the bus was yelling there was a bomb on board and they were all going to die. After recieving the call, the highway patrol observed the bus entering Zanesville off interstate 70. Law enforcement from the Zanesville Police Department, Muskingum County Sheriff's Office bomb unit and the state patrol responded to the call. No bomb was found. The man creating the disturbance was 74 year old Claude Warren of Camden New Jersey.

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