Police: Man stole Greyhound bus for joyride
The bus was tracked down using GPS
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Police in New York state said they arrested a man they suspect stole an empty Greyhound bus for a 2-hour joyride.
The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office alleges the bus was running but empty at a Syracuse transportation center when Andrew Hickey, 31, of Peekskill, climbed into the driver's seat and motored away, WSYR-TV, Syracuse, reported Tuesday.
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