A Tuscaloosa mother was arrested last week after she allegedly forced her way onto a school bus and threatened students she believed had bullied her own child.

According to court documents filed Friday morning, the 33-year-old mother was waiting when a Tuscaloosa County School System bus entered her south Tuscaloosa apartment complex around 7 o'clock last Friday morning.

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She reportedly ignored instructions from the driver, who told police that she warned the angry mom twice that she was not allowed on the bus.

Undeterred, the mother then allegedly climbed aboard and "threatened students on the bus for 'picking' with her child."

The Tuscaloosa County School System alerted the Sheriff's Office of the incident, and ultimately deputies obtained a warrant to arrest the mother.

Court records show the woman was taken into custody Thursday and charged with trespassing on a school bus, which is a Class A misdemeanor in Alabama.

Because it is the policy of the Tuscaloosa Thread to only identify suspects accused of felonies by name and court documents indicate the woman in question has no criminal history in the state, her name and mugshot will not be shared here.

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