(Pasco, WA) -- A judge has set bail for the suspect accused in a deadly school bus stabbing in Pasco at $1,000,000. Meanwhile, the Pasco school bus driver killed in the stabbing on Friday is being identified. The county coroner says the victim was 72-year-old Richard Lenhart. He had just left Longfellow Elementary School with students on board when a man got onto the bus and stabbed him. He died at a hospital. Police have not identified the suspect, but jail records show 34-year-old Joshua Davis, of Richland, was arrested on a murder charge. Police don't think the two men knew each other and they haven't released a motive. Davis appeared in court Monday where bail was set. He will be back in front of a judge on October 12th.

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