Baltimore Man Charged After Clinging to School Bus

StoryfulNewsPublished: October 9, 2017
Published: October 9, 2017

A Baltimore man clung onto the front of a moving school bus after he said a student threw a bottle out of the bus window and hit his car. The incident happened at about 3:15 pm on Thursday, October 5. According to police, the man attempted to get on the bus, but decided to hang on to the front of it instead when the driver refused to open the door. The bus was transporting students from Loch Raven Academy in Parkville, northeast of Baltimore, and was in the area of Putty Hill and Hoerner avenues at the time. The Baltimore Sun reported 68-year-old Leverne Ardin Doran was charged with disorderly conduct and obstructing a school bus driver. “We happened to have an off-duty officer who was present in the area who assisted and intervened quickly. He came over, separated all of the parties, and at that time, the suspect was arrested on scene without incident,” Baltimore County police Sgt. Andrea Bylen told WBAL TV. No children were injured in the incident, and police are investigating if any objects were thrown out of the bus prior to the incident. Credit: Juliana Johnson via Storyful

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