Waynesboro Woman Charged After School Bus Incident

WAYNESBORO, Va.-- A Waynesboro woman has been charged after an incident last month in which she boarded a Waynesboro Public Schools bus and cursed and threatened the driver in front of a busload of students.

Nina Jean Selmon, 31 years old, was charged with two misdemeanors, disorderly conduct and trespassing on school property. The incident took place in the afternoon on March 27 when the bus stopped at the intersection of Shenandoah Avenue & Hamlet Avenue to let off high school and middle school students.

Selmon, who was waiting at the stop, got on the bus to confront the male driver. The bus driver told her repeatedly to leave the bus but Selmon refused and cursed him several times in front of approximately 35 students. She eventually got off the bus giving the driver an obscene hand gesture in the process.

Selmon accused the driver of causing her son to be disciplined by school administrators for bad behavior.

Selmon is due in Waynesboro General District Court on April 25 for an advisement hearing. Waynesboro Public Schools reported the incident to the Police Department in March shortly after it occurred. The charges against Selmon come as a result of the concluded investigation.

Selmon was served her charges April 12.


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