An Atlanta woman was arrested after allegedly being a threat to students at a bus stop to mic with baseball water and pulling teen hair during a fight, the authorities said.
Tiara Jones was booked on Thursday under simple battery charges and terrorist threats, showing Fulton County prison records.
The charges arise from bus stops exchanges and it is alleged that their son was aged 15 years on Monday and Tuesday, and Channel 2 Newspaper reported.
Cellular footage received by the station appears to show the woman looking at her son and encouraging him while fighting with another Tuesday afternoon.
Listening to each other can be heard as Grady High School students go around the ground.
The video also appears to show that Jones walked up behind a student and put his hair on him.
On the previous day, it was alleged that Jones came to the bus stop with basketball and students under threat of arguing with his child, the authorities said.
“She was turning the bats, telling him she was going to bust in her head,” said parent Alycia Aldridge. “You don't have to deal with the children of the people and contact them with bats.” T
Jones's son is also asking for the bus stop brawl, but Atlanta police are still searching for him, according to Channel 2. His name has not been released because he is a minor.
Jones remained in Fulton County prison Saturday on a $ 60,000 bond.
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