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9-Year-Old School Bus Rider Hurled Chair at Deputy

November 01, 2011  | 

A 9-year-old girl who went into a fit of rage on a school bus Monday afternoon faces multiple felonies including battery on a law enforcement officer, after she threw a chair at a deputy.

The girl jumped off the bus, spit at staff members, and threw pieces of asphalt at the bus. She then retrieved a metal chair from a nearby yard and threw it at a Lee County Sheriff's deputy, reports the Miami Herald.


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vbdep @ 11/1/2011 8:42 PM

Little brat. Should have a good whipping and some home training. Apparently she has a lack of home training.

Steve Pebler @ 11/2/2011 12:01 PM

The question we should ask is what is going on in this child’s life. Is she just an enabled spoiled brat thus in great need of a spanking or is she full of rage due to abuse thus in need of intervention at home and love. After being a foster parent to several children I can tell you there is a difference.

janet @ 11/2/2011 2:51 PM

Some parents don't & won't discipline their children like they should. Spare the rod and spoil the child.

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