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Mothers to be charged for boarding school buses


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MECKLENBURG COUNTY, N.C. — Two mothers will be charged for boarding Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) buses last week, and district police said one of the women had a baseball bat in her hand, according to a story on wsoctv.com.

Last Tuesday, police were called to a bus stop in Huntsville for reports of a mother on a bus with a bat. CMS Detective Kenny Lynch told the news source that the woman approached a student about an issue between students and her daughter. No one was injured, but police will charge the woman with trespassing and disorderly conduct.

In a separate incident on Wednesday in Mint Hill, another mother boarded a school bus, and police said that when the driver told the woman to get off the bus, she allegedly started cursing and screaming at the driver, according to the story on wsoctv.com. That mother will also be charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct.

As previously reported, a woman in Georgia was sentenced to wear a sign that says, “I made a fool out of myself on a Bibb County Schools bus,” for an incident that occurred earlier this year.

To read the full story on the incidents in Mecklenburg County, click here.


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They should be charged. As a matter of fact they should have to wear a sign that says: "I'm an idiot for boarding a school bus and exibiting inappropriate behavior in the presence of children". How can we expect our children to act appropriatly when we don't.

Laura Johnson    |    Dec 14, 2012 08:30 AM

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