Lloyd then hit the bus driver in the face with the pepper spray and threatened to stab and kill the woman, the report alleges. The driver told school district police she felt threatened and pushed and hit the Lloyd.
As the two fought, students broke up the fight, and the driver’s purse was thrown out the window, according to the report. When the driver went to retrieve her purse, Lloyd allegedly followed her and stabbed her in the arm and hand with the knife.
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As students again stopped the attack, Lloyd grabbed a broom and began hitting the driver, the report alleges.
According to the report, footage of the fight was posted on Instagram and showed one of the students — identified in arrest warrants as Glass — hand Lloyd the knife tossed during the scuffle, and let her back on the bus.
The two girls were later seen getting off the bus and into a gray Nissan Altima. Both were arrested the following week.
DeKalb emphasized employees involved in the attack would be “investigated thoroughly.”
Glass and Lloyd both face charges of aggravated assault and carrying a weapon on school property. They are out of jail on bond.
In other news:
A teenage boy was stabbed by a man wearing a hoodie and mask, police said. The victim was stabbed near Shiloh High School Thursday morning, according to authorities. Police said the victim's injuries were not life-threatening. A spokeswoman said police are conducting follow-up investigations.