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Woman Charged After Threatening Bus Driver

 WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) -- A Waterloo woman has been charged with trespass and disorderly conduct for allegedly threatening a school bus driver she claims cursed at school children.
   Court records show police charged on Tuesday 35-year-old Victoria Lee Gerold for a Dec. 11 incident.
   The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier reports she was arrested Monday but later released from jail.
   Court records say bus driver Brian Feeland alleges Gerold boarded the school bus with six children passengers and within inches of his face yelled and threatening him.
   Gerold says that Freeland curses at students on the bus, which her two boys ride daily.
   She claims she confronted him about the cursing and he threatened her which made her angry.
   No attorney is listed in online court records.

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