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Waterloo woman fined in bus driver threats case

by KIX101.1 /1230 KFJB News Department posted Jan 9 2014 10:18AM
~A 36-year-old Waterloo woman has been fined for causing a ruckus on a school bus.
 
     Victoria Gerold pleaded guilty to trespass and disorderly conduct. She was charged $515 in fines, court costs and surcharges for the two misdemeanor crimes.
 
     Authorities say Gerold got on the bus and confronted the driver on Dec. 11. The driver says the six children on the bus watched as Gerold yelled at him and threatened him. She has said the driver curses at students on the bus, which her two boys ride daily.
 
     Court records say the driver told Gerold to leave the bus five times and finally used one of his elbows to nudge her off.
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Waterloo woman fined in bus driver threats case
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