The St. Paul man accused of shooting a school bus driver on I-35W in Minneapolis Tuesday is charged with attempted murder. The criminal complaint says the bus driver was trying to merge onto the interstate when the bus scraped 31-year-old Kenneth Lilly’s vehicle. Officials say Lilly stopped his car in the lane of traffic, walked toward the bus and attempted to get on. The driver told Lilly he could not get on because a child was onboard. That’s when Lilly allegedly pulled out a pistol and fired five shots at the bus. He later told officers that he feared for his life and that is why he shot the bus driver. Lilly’s first court appearance is Friday.
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