Honolulu police arrested a woman who allegedly pointed a gun at a bus driver and made off with a passenger’s bicycle.
It happened on Saturday, Jan. 6, at around 11:50 a.m.
According to police, Annastasia Debibar, 23, was riding on TheBus when she began arguing with the driver over a transfer ticket.
Police say as the argument escalated, she got off the bus at the Neal S. Blaisdell Park on Kamehameha Highway.
As the driver closed the doors, police say she pulled out a black handgun from a plastic shopping bag and pointed it at the driver.
Police say she then took another passenger’s bicycle from the front of the bus and fled.
Authorities issued a CrimeStopper alert asking the public for help identifying and locating Debibar.
Debibar was arrested on Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 1:15 p.m. on Waimano Home Road.
She was booked for terroristic threatening, interfering with the operator of a transit vehicle, and second- and fourth-degree theft.
She has not been charged.