Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Economy | By Shawn Conner

Man Clings to Moving School Bus, Yells at Driver

Man Clings to Moving School Bus, Yells at Driver

What they found, police said, was that someone in a school bus had allegedly thrown a bottle that struck a vehicle near Putty Hill and Hoerner Avenues, in the Parkville area of the county. He yelled at the driver to let him on the bus, but the driver wouldn't allow it because he was concerned about the safety of students on board.

A Baltimore man became irate when he says a bottle was thrown at his vehicle from a school bus. The retiree lives in Nottingham, Maryland and has ties to Massachusetts, CNN reports.

As their bus was stopped at an intersection, a man - Leverne Doran of Nottingham, Maryland - leaped from the adjacent auto and began pounding on the bus's door.

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The driver tried to move slowly to the Parkville police precinct for help, but got stopped in traffic.

An off-duty officer noticed Doran, and luckily intervened before anyone got hurt.

Police say Doran caused damage to the bus.

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Doran faces up to four charges, including disorderly conduct, court records show. No sir. It turns out Doran's panties were in a bunch because a bottle was thrown at his vehicle by one of the kids on the bus. He was later released from custody. "At that point, the driver of that vehicle got out of his vehicle", Sgt. Andrea Bylen said.

Police are investigating to determine whether any objects were thrown out of the bus.

No children were in danger during the incident, police added.

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Law Newz could not reach Doran for comment as of press time.

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