Conway police say a woman entered a school bus without authorization Friday afternoon to ask questions of her child’s bus driver.
Police responded to the incident around 4:10 p.m. Friday at the intersection of Fourth and Factory streets.
When officers arrived, they observed a woman, later identified as a 25-year-old Conway woman, standing next to the bus.
The woman told police her five-year-old son was bullied the day before while on the bus, and indicated her son told her that his school medical papers were taken out of his backpack by another child, and thrown away by the bus driver. The woman said she was there to ask about the incident, and entered the bus to speak with the driver.
The bus driver, 43, told police he informed the woman she was not allowed to enter the bus, and asked her to leave, however, she refused. When he told the woman he would call police, the bus driver said the woman said "go ahead."
The bus driver informed police the entire incident would be on the surveillance video, along with audio.
The bus driver also told police he had thrown away a piece of paper the previous day, however, it was a drawing that kids had thrown around the bus.
At the request of the bus driver, police advised the woman her son would not be allowed back on the bus until she spoke with an official with the district’s transportation department.
Police also informed the woman that the school district could seek warrants against her for entering the bus.
No charges were filed, according to the police report.