October 11-- Vidalia police arrested a mother who caused a disturbance on a Vidalia school bus.
According to Police Chief Brian Scott, Quintetta Thompson of Vidalia boarded a bus at a stop on Brantley Road and confronted the driver regarding a complaint about her child. Police say she was loud and used profanity while threatening the driver in front of 17 children and the bus monitor. She was ordered off the bus but refused. The driver continued his route with the woman on board until she demanded to be let off the bus at which time the driver stopped and she left the bus with her child.
The incident occurred about 6:50 a.m. on Friday, October 4 and about an hour later Thompson asked Vidalia police to investigate.
On Wednesday, October 9, police completed their investigation and arrested Thompson on a felony charge of making Terroristic Threats and a misdemeanor charge of Disruption of a Public School Bus.
Thompson was released from the Toombs County Detention Center Thursday on a $7,500 bond.