Crazed Woman Unbelievably Crashes Old Bus Into Louisiana School
If you have ever watched an episode of "Cops", the television show that follows police officers live in their line of duty, you might have thought to yourself, "This has got to be scripted. There's no way stuff like this really ever happens."
Well, such a story just took place yesterday morning in St. Tammany Parish and the twists in the story just keep on coming.
We first read about this bizarre encounter in a story from the Louisiana Radio Network, and to be perfectly honest, I had to check another source, foxnews.com, to reassure myself that I wasn't getting the wool pulled over my eyes.
Turns out, this story was entirely true.
Apparently, yesterday morning around 6:00 am, a Florida woman, 37-year-old Natalie Jade Jarvis, walked into a gas station in Mandeville carrying a blow torch and demanded to learn the whereabouts of the Local Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) office.
Employees of the gas station immediately contacted the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office and told deputies the woman was driving an old, repurposed school bus, pictured above, which had a Virginia license plate on it.
As deputies took Jarvis into custody, they were led to believe that she had been living in the bus, with a number of chickens, at a local state park, for approximately the past month.