Jersey City Woman Charged with Threatening Bus Driver
Delaware State Police say a New Jersey woman was arrested after allegedly pulling a knife to get the driver of a bus she was on to pull over.
State Police say 26-year-old Jennifer Quick of Jersey City, N.J., was arrested Tuesday evening after the bus left the Rodney Village Shopping Center. State Police say once the New York to Norfolk bus was on southbound Route 13 she began screaming for the bus to stop, and eventually pulled a knife and threatened to kill the bus driver if he didn’t stop.
State Police say an off-duty correctional officer riding on the bus disarmed Quick, who was arrested after troopers responded to the scene. She faces charges including aggravated menacing and terroristic threatening.
No injuries were reported.
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