2001 Greyhound bus attack

Victims Unknown
Born September 21, 1972
Slavonski Brod, Yugoslavia (now Croatia)
Died October 3, 2001 (aged 29)
Known for 2001 Greyhound bus attack
Criminal penalty Unknown


Igrić was born in 1972 in Slavonski Brod, Yugoslavia (now Croatia). During his late teenage years he trained as a locksmith in vocational school. He joined the Croatian army in 1991, when he was 19, and was discharged in 1993, after what the ambassador of Croatia, Ivan Grdešić, described as "violent behavior and substance abuse... he was connected with crimes in Croatia." When ethnic tensions began to flare during the mid-nineties he joined others in Croatia's "homeland war" of independence from Yugoslavia.

Igrić, a citizen of Croatia, entered the United States through the city of Miami, Florida during March 1999, on a 30-day transit visa. He overstayed the visa by two years, convincing US immigration officials he had relatives in Florida and New York. He worked in a restaurant in New York City before the Greyhound incident. Igrić had a long history of mental illness.