Baton Rouge woman arrested for terrorizing students, teacher

BATON ROUGE (AP) — East Baton Rouge Parish

sheriff's deputies have arrested a Baton Rouge woman accused of making

threatening

remarks, including referencing the school shooting in Newtown,

Conn., to fifth-graders and a teacher after her child was bullied.

While she was checking her child into Magnolia Woods Elementary School Tuesday, sheriff's spokeswoman Casey Rayborn Hicks

says Donna Wilson learned that her child was a victim of bullying on Monday.

Hicks says school officials told Wilson that they handled the incident and had counseled students about teasing the child.

She says Wilson later walked into her child's classroom, confronted the teacher about the bullying and asked the students

if they remembered the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting.

Wilson was booked on one count of terrorizing.

It was unclear whether Wilson has an attorney.