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Off duty Murfreesboro Schools bus driver allegedly pulls out weapon in road rage incident

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Robin Snyder

A City of Murfreesboro School Bus driver has been arrested after allegedly pulling out a gun during an alleged road rage incident. 41-Year old Robin Lee Snyder was apprehended shortly after explaining the situation to police. WGNS' Rafferty Cleary has more on the story.



The incident occurred on S. Church St. at I-24 as Snyder was driving her personal vehicle and not a school bus. Snyder stated that she got into a verbal altercation with another driver. The altercation was the result of the other driver reportedly cutting her off as she was exiting the interstate getting onto S. Church St.

Snyder admitted to police that she brandished her handgun to him attempting to get away. The other side of the story told officers "She held up the weapon and told him, that's a good way to get shot." Because Snyder pulled out a gun during the incident by her own admittance, she was charged with Aggravated Assault. Snyder bonded out of jail on Wednesday morning.


Rutherford County Sheriff's Office
MPD Arrest Report #14-16408-B
MPD Incident Report #14-16408-A

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