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US Mom Arrested for Alleged Fight With 11-Year-Old Student on School Bus

02:45  16 september  2021
02:45  16 september  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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MILWAUKEE -- A mother says she is outraged after video of her daughter getting beat up on a school bus surfaces on social media. But the mother isn't angry with the alleged abusers -- she's mad at the bus driver. "They was kicking and stuff then hitting me in my head," said 11 - year - old Soleil Brown. Soleil suffered bruising on her legs, a cut on her arm, and says she frequently gets headaches following the incident last Thursday on her bus ride home from school . Elizabeth Brown is outraged that the bus driver did not pull over and stop the fight or call the authorities.

An Alabama mom is facing criminal charges after she allegedly boarded a school bus and assaulted an 11-year-old student.

a close up of a stop sign: A school bus is seen during a safety event for children at Trailside Middle School, in Ashburn, Virginia. An Alabama mother was arrested on September 15, 2021, for allegedly fighting an 11-year-old on suspicion they were bullying her child. © Paul J. Richards/Getty A school bus is seen during a safety event for children at Trailside Middle School, in Ashburn, Virginia. An Alabama mother was arrested on September 15, 2021, for allegedly fighting an 11-year-old on suspicion they were bullying her child.

Nannatt Waldrop, 37, of Center Point, Alabama, is charged with third-degree assault, trespassing on a school bus, and disorderly conduct stemming from a September 14 incident, according to the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office.

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The mom said that she and her husband had enough and confronted the alleged perpetrators. “I was prepared to do whatever, even if I had to defend my daughter,” Thomas said. Thomas says her daughter who attends Parkway Northeast Middle School has on numerous occasions complained to her about the alleged We are working closely with the Creve Coeur Police Department to ensure that this incident is addressed and the adult’s involved face consequences. In addition, we will address safety concerns and this adult behavior will not be permitted in our schools or on school property.

Shianne Dean, an 11 - year - old student at Stonebridge World School in southern Minneapolis, was getting off her school bus on Friday afternoon when a driver slammed into her, leaving her in critical condition, police said. Gregory Garth, 60, was arrested on the scene on charges of criminal vehicular operation, police "We are working with local law enforcement and the school during the ongoing investigation of this incident." LaTonya Williams, Shianne's mom , said the accident left her angry and heartbroken. "She was getting off the bus coming from school , from learning, and you struck a child

Waldrop is accused of boarding a Jefferson County Schools bus around 7:18 a.m. local time and fighting the child, al.com reported. Deputies arrived at the scene, arrested Waldrop, and booked her into the county jail just over an hour later.

The mother was released at 11:35 a.m. after posting bonds totaling $10,500.

Sgt. Joni Money said Waldrop allegedly confronted the 11-year-old student because she suspected them of bullying her child.

Jefferson County Schools Superintendent Dr. Walter Gonsoulin issued a statement after a video of the incident began circulating on social media.

"We are aware of the video circulating on social media of a fight that occurred on one of our school buses Tuesday morning. I want to be very clear: This type of behavior is unacceptable and it will not be tolerated," Gonsoulin said.

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Officers have arrested a suspect in connection to an alleged attempted kidnapping that was captured in a "chilling" video, authorities said. According to the Escambia County Sheriff's Office, which released the video, an 11 - year - old girl was waiting at a bus stop when a man armed with a knife exited a "We applaud the efforts and the resilience of an 11 - year - old girl," Simmons said. "She did the right thing -- she fought and she fought and she fought and she never gave up. And then she went straight to her parents which she should have done, told her parents what was going on, who in turn contacted the

An 11 - year - old girl waiting for her school bus in Pensacola, Florida, was able to fight off an alleged kidnapping attempt on Tuesday morning and get to safety, authorities said. A 30- year - old suspect was arrested later that day after a search involving at least 50 deputies and other personnel, Escambia County Sheriff Chip Simmons told reporters. PagesBusinessesMedia/News CompanyCNN InternationalVideos 11 - year - old girl fights off abductor at bus stop.

Gonsoulin added that the district was reviewing the specifics that led to the situation, but noted that adults who are not school employees are not allowed on school buses.

"We reported the adult individual who boarded the bus to authorities, and she has since been arrested and is facing criminal charges. While this is now a law enforcement matter, let me just say what I saw on that video deeply disturbs me. At no point is any type of violence acceptable, especially violence against students. We have been and will continue to cooperate fully with law enforcement," he concluded.

Parents on social media responding to reports from local Alabama news stations, WVTM 13 News and WBRC FOX6 News, online had mixed reactions to Waldrop's alleged attempts to stop bullying.

Some praised the mother for defending her child, with Facebook user Rebecca Leigh Murray saying, "#worthit as a mom I totally understand." Another user, Michelle Henderson, commented that she's "glad this child has a Mom who loves them and is willing to stand up for them."

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Before police arrested the school bus driver, the child told the 911 dispatcher that the driver had ran three red lights before dropping the child off at home. The Longview School District said Friday that Maccarone had been working as a bus driver for one year and that, to its knowledge, she had not been reported or investigated for similar alleged incidents in the past. Rick Parrish, the district's communications coordinator, told ABC News Friday that up to 90 children may have been on the bus that day with Maccarone.

An 11 - year - old girl waiting for her school bus in Pensacola, Florida, was able to fight off an alleged kidnapping attempt on Tuesday morning and get to safety, authorities said. A 30- year - old suspect was arrested later that day after a search involving at least 50 deputies and other personnel, Escambia County Sheriff Chip Simmons told reporters. Surveillance video released by the sheriff's office shows the girl kneeling on the grass at the bus stop when a white Dodge Journey SUV stops on the side of the road.

"God forbid someone being a parent," said Facebook user J Elizabeth Brown.

"Mama don't cry...you stood up for your baby when the bus driver..school didn't. Sometimes we haft to show the school we mean business and are tired of our baby's being bullied," Facebook user Margaret Mosley commented in reference to Waldrop's tear-stained mugshot.

Other users weren't supportive of the mother and said that she was totally wrong.

"Stupid way to get bullying to stop...She should have taken it to the school and the parents..." wrote Facebook user Sandra McClain Vetra. User Wendy Jay Haygens similarly asked if the woman had contacted the school ahead of the alleged incident.

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