Tameka McClure (pictured left) was arrested and faces seven charges, including second-degree battery, after she reportedly boarded a school bus and ordered two of her older children to beat up a boy who had allegedly stabbed her 5-year-old daughter with a pencil, reports Arkansas Online.
The 26-year-old Conway, Ark., Mother, with two of her older children (ages 7 and 12, pictured below), reportedly waited for the school bus who carried the alleged bully on August 30th.
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When the school bus arrived, the angry Mom boarded it with her children to confront the 9-year-old boy in question. Police obtained video footage of the entire incident that depicts McClure confronting the little boy, then instructing her two children to “handle that s**t!”
Watch the incident here:
The school bus driver, Carl Renfro, is repeatedly seen pleading with McClure to leave the bus, but McClure allegedly ignores his cries so he calls for assistance. During the fight, McClure, who remained a spectator while she watched her children pummel the boy, is overheard making statements like, “You don’t put your hands on a 5-year-old.”
The fight finally came to an end when an unidentified man boarded the bus and broke up the violent scene.
Meanwhile, police have confirmed that McClure’s youngest child did have the pencil marks on her body from the stabbing. The school district has not yet determined whether they will hand down any punishment for the children who attacked the youngster. The case, however, has been turned over to a county prosecutor who has filed charges against McClure.
McClure told PIX-TV News, “I’m not worried about it because I know we were not in the wrong. Because when it’s all said and done, why am I being charged for a kid fight?”
The young boy in question who was attacked sustained minor injuries.