In Utah, a school bus driver has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving. The driver has also been placed on suspension from the school.
HYRUM, Utah (AP) — A school bus driver for the Cache County School District has been placed on suspension following her arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence.
The Herald Journal of Logan reports 56-year-old Tamara
Gustaveson was arrrested Friday in Hyrum after both she and another motorist called police to complain about each other.
Gustaveson claimed the other driver cut her off.
Sheriff’s Lt. Chad Jensen says Gustaveson had dropped off her passengers a short time before, and no students were aboard the bus at the time of the incident.
She also was booked on a charge of carrying carrying a firearm as an intoxicated person.
School district spokesman Kirk McRae says Gustaveson has been a bus driver for 25 years and had never… continue reading
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