Angry Parent, that Crashed School Bus in Teachers Car, Back in Court, Gets 2 Years SentenceJuly 9th, 2012 by Joe Burgess
White’s probation was revoked for not following the requirements of her probation, and she was sentenced to two years in ADC’s regional punishment facility (a regional jail).
Prosecutor Files Additional Charges on Parent that Crashed School Bus in Teachers Car
Posted March 24, 2011.
On February 16, Christiana White, parked her car in the school bus lane at Drew Central. When buses lined up in their regular parking spots, blocking her vehicle, White reportedly became irate. When the bus driver was unable to move the bus, White allegedly got on the bus, and drove it into a teacher’s Nissan, and then backed the bus into another school bus.
White age 33, was cited for driving a bus with no CDL license, and unauthorized us of the vehicle, by the officers at the scene.
10th judicial district prosecuting attorney Thomas Deen has now filed charges in Drew County Circuit Court against White for unauthorized use of a vehicle and second-degree criminal mischief. The criminal mischief charge includes the phrase, “did recklessly caused damage in excess of $2,500” to the property of a Drew Central teacher.
White also has been sent a letter by Drew Central administration, banning her from campus, and a copy was sent to the Chief of Police. If White comes on campus, she is to notify administration, and she will have a personal escort to the office, and back to her car.
DC Board Updated on Upset Parent that Crashed School Bus in Teachers Car
Mar 16, 2011
An update was given at the recent Drew Central School Board meeting on the school bus accident, when an upset parent crashed a bus into a teacher’s car; then into another school bus .
Estimates for repair of damages to vehicles has been submitted to the Prosecuting Attorney, along with witness statements and other pertinent information.
The Prosecuting Attorney will decide if and what charges are to be filed.
The parent involved has been sent a letter banning her from campus, and a copy sent to the Chief of Police. If the parent comes on campus, she is to notify administration, and she will have a personal escort to the office, and back to her car.
Notice has been given that keys should never be left in the ignition of any school vehicle.
Parent Blocked by School Bus, Crashes Bus Into Teacher’s Car & Another Bus
Feb 24, 2011
Last Wednesday, at 2:55, a parent allegedly parked her car in the “bus student pick-up lane” by the gymnasium, at Drew Central Schools.
Bus #21, arrived to take it’s place in line, and parked behind the parent’s vehicle. According to reports, the parent Christiana White of E. Shelton Street, then confronted the bus driver, as other buses arrived behind them.
As the driver went into the school building, prior to her students arrival for her evening route, White got on the bus (which is against state law) and sat in the driver’s seat. White then crashed the bus into a nearby Nissan Xterra, owned by a teacher.
Not through yet, White then backed the bus up, colliding with another school bus, parked behind “her” bus.
Monticello Police arrived, and White told the officers, “She wouldn’t, so I got in it and moved it myself”.
White age 33, was cited for driving a bus with no CDL license, and unauthorized us of the vehicle.
Many parents are outraged at the time and place of White’s actions, concerned about how many students could’ve been injured, if she’d done this as students were coming out of the buildings.
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