WYOMING, Mich. (WOOD) - A male passenger seen on surveillance video confronting and attacking a female Rapid bus driver has turned himself in to authorities.
A law enforcement official told 24 Hour News 8 the suspect surrendered Sunday night.
The incident occurred July 9 and police released surveillance pictures of the suspect a few days later, asking for the public's assistance in finding him.
On Friday, surveillance video was released of the alleged assault. (watch above)
The suspect became verbally aggressive after the driver told him he would have to exit the bus or pay again after he had completed a ride of the entire bus route, police said.
In the video, the suspect approached the driver and swears several times at her, saying he would break her nose and knock her teeth out.
The driver told the passenger, "touch me so I can press charges on you."
After the incident, the suspect exited the stopped bus and fled the scene.
Authorities said the suspect will face charges of aggravated assault.
A man who did not arrive at work in Muskegon County on Monday was found out of state Wednesday.
Allison Hoendervanger, a special education teacher with Saranac Community Schools, has been suspended as the allegations are investigated.
Jeffery Pratt was 28 years old.