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Arrest Warrant Issued For Port Authority Stabbing Suspect

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(Photo Credit: Port Authority Police)

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PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – An arrest warrant has been issued for a teenager accused of stabbing a Port Authority bus driver last week.

According to Port Authority Police, 18-year-old William Tyrice Holt allegedly stabbed a bus driver six times on June 30.

The altercation happened near the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Market Street on the 67 Monroeville.

The 47-year-old driver asked the suspect to stop disturbing passengers. When he would not stop, the driver asked the teenager to get off the bus.

The suspect refused, walked to the front of the bus, spit on the driver, pulled out a knife and allegedly stabbed him.

Holt also goes by the nickname “Swizzy” and anyone with information is asked to call police at (412)-255-1385.

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