A man who allegedly threatened his girlfriend with a knife, than ran in front of a school bus while fleeing from police, was arrested during the Friday-morning incident in West York, police said.
Ronald Glatfelter, 29, of York, was taken to the county's central booking unit to be charged with making terroristic threats, possession of a weapon, public drunkenness and disorderly conduct, according to West York Police.
Police said Glatfelter got into a domestic dispute with his girlfriend at a home in the 1100 block of West Poplar Street about 8:30 a.m. During the argument, he brandished a knife and threatened to kill her, police allege.
Responding officers chased Glatfelter on foot and caught him in the 1000 block of West King Street, police said.
During the chase, Glatfelter ran into traffic and into the path of a school bus, according to police, which caused "alarm" to the children on the bus.
Glatfelter was intoxicated, police said.