44°F
Sponsored by

Threats Made at NLR School Bus Stop

Eyewitnesses said the mother made the threats because her son had been bullied.

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Students at a North Little Rock school bus stop were in tears after a parent threatens to kill them.

It happened Friday morning on the corner of Nineteenth and Schaer Street.

Parents said the mother of another student threatened the students on the bus bound for Indian Hills Elementary School.

Eyewitnesses said the mother told the students her son had been bullied.

Police arrived to the scene after getting calls from parents.

"There are better ways to handle things. You can call the school. You can call the school board. You can even talk to the bus driver, but being an adult, that is really not a mature way to handle it if your child is being bullied," said Anna Bass, a parent who witnessed the threats.

North Little Rock police said they will be investigating this because it does involve threats.

District leaders said they had been made aware of the matter and will follow up with other possible witnesses.

Page: [[$index + 1]]
comments powered by Disqus

Most Recent Stories

News Stream

KARK Twitter Feed