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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- The man who allegedly hijacked a school bus at knifepoint appeared in front of a judge Friday morning.
Nicholas Miller appeared in Jacksonville District Court today and pleaded not guilty.
His bond is set at $338,165.
Miller allegedly tried to steal a car from a Jacksonville woman, but when she told him she didn't have a vehicle, he got onto a school bus with 11 students on board and the driver at knifepoint.
Police then say he led authorities on a chase from Jacksonville to Cabot before he stopped and surrendered.
No one was injured.