Deputies arrest woman who allegedly said 'she would blow the school up'

Deputies arrest woman who allegedly said 'she would blow the school up'

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) - A woman accused of threatening to beat up a middle school principal and saying "she would blow the school up" is facing several charges.

The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office reported Jamie Bell, 32, of Baton Rouge, was arrested Tuesday afternoon.

According to the probable cause report, Bell showed up at Capitol Middle School on Greenwell Springs Road on April 22. The report stated she cursed at the principal at a school event while students and parents were present. It added administrators banned from the school property and a certified letter was sent to her home advising "she needed to provide proper notice upon returning to the campus."

The report went on to state Bell returned to the school five days after the initial incident. Officials said she again used explicit language while students were around and this time reportedly threatened to beat up the principal of the school. According to witnesses, Bell said "she would blow the school up and that no one would stop her."

The report also stated Bell has continued to return to the school without notice and has been irate and belligerent while there.

Bell was booked into the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on charges of assaulting a school teacher, terrorizing, unlawful disruption of operations of a school and remaining after forbidden.

No bond has been set.

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