WATERLOO, Neb. — A 36-year-old woman has been fined for threatening a school bus driver, The Associated Press reports.
On Dec. 11, Victoria Gerold boarded the school bus and yelled at and threatened the driver, whom she said curses at the students who ride his bus, including her two sons. According to court records, the driver told Gerold to leave the bus five times and eventually used one of his elbows to nudge her off.
Gerold pled guilty to trespassing and disorderly conduct. She was charged $515 in fines, court costs and surcharges for the two misdemeanors.
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