Thomas Jason Ruchotzke allegedly steals a school bus from a residence. He is charged with operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent, criminal mischief in the third degree, and driving with a suspended license.
According to police, the teen was trying to pick up a sibling from the bus, but the substitute driver said he was not on the list of people he could release the student to.
Authorities in Forest City, Iowa, say that a pellet gun shattered a window on the bus while it was transporting students. A suspect has been charged.
Authorities say that the weapon was unloaded, and the 7-year-old who brought it on the bus apparently had no malicious intent.
The Rhode Island man faces felony charges of larceny over $1,500 and conspiracy in connection with the alleged theft of the batteries.
Katie Chapman of Oklahoma may lose her job for giving a ride to a woman and her dog with students on board. Chapman says she thought the woman might be in danger.
Brandon Peckinpaugh is arrested for allegedly stealing a school bus, refusing to stop for police, and hitting an Alabama state trooper’s vehicle.
The 40,000-square-foot facility in Dothan, Alabama, serves as the new headquarters for the mobile video surveillance supplier.
The president of Suffolk Transportation Service in New York wins School Bus Fleet’s annual honor for exemplary private operators.
A custodian arrives at the Novato (Calif.) USD bus yard late at night and spots two people syphoning gasoline from storage tanks. He snaps photos as the pair flees in a box van.
Rodell Notbohm is named EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year 2017 in the media, entertainment, and communication category in the Pacific Northwest.
A Florida man allegedly attacks a homeowner before stealing a school bus and driving toward a city. Deputies disable the bus by shooting out a tire.
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