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9-Year-Old Faces 4 Felonies For Wild School Bus Tantrum, Battering Deputy

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THESMOKINGGUN.COM - A nine-year-old Florida girl is facing four felony charges after she allegedly threw a tantrum on a school bus, spit on the driver, threw rocks at the bus, and tossed a patio chair at a cop, who she warned, "I will f****** kill you!"

The child, a fourth grader at the Royal Palm School in Fort Myers, was traveling home when the driver told her to stop eating candy on the bus. The girl "became very upset" and started yelling obscenities at driver Robert Middleton, according to a Lee County Sheriff's Office report.

After threatening to strike other children on the bus, the girl jumped off the bus (but not before spitting on Middleton). She then allegedly started throwing pieces of asphalt at the bus.

When a sheriff's deputy arrived on the scene and ordered the child to stop throwing the asphalt, she replied, "F*** you! F*** you!" The child added, "Shut the f*** up. I will f****** kill you."

After warning that she would hurt him, the child "picked up an aluminum patio chair and threw it at me," reported a deputy. After blocking the chair with his arm, the cop restrained the child, who then "attempted to bite my arm and said, ‘I am going to kill you, get off of me!"

The pint-sized terror was charged with battery on a public school employee, resisting arrest with violence, battery on a law enforcement officer, and throwing a deadly missile into an occupied vehicle.

The girl, pictured in the mug shot, was released into her parents's custody and placed on home detention for 21 days.

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