|Updated: 9/07/2012 4:20 pm
||Published: 9/07/2012 4:16 pm
A few less students got off one Conway school bus Thursday. It's because of an incident that started with five-year-old kindergartner Agiauna Watkins allegedly being bullied on the bus last week.
"Some boy came over there messing with me," she explained, "and then my brothers came over there and said don't mess with my sister little boy."
Agiauna says the boy stabbed her stomach with a pencil. From there though, accounts differ.
According to police, when the bus stopped, Temika McClure - Agiauana's mom - told two of her other children to get back on the bus and "handle this." Police say the two kids did just that, attacking the boy who had a problem with their sister.
"Although they committed the act, she as their mother, an authority figure over them, told them to go back and do this," said Conway Police Department Spokesperson Latresha Woodruff.
McClure disagrees with police. She doesn't deny that her kids got in a physical altercation, but she does deny telling them to do so.
"I'm really really frustrated," she said, "and any parent would be if there child, which is a little girl, is getting bullied and she's scared to ride the bus."
Now McClure is charged with numerous crimes including second degree battery, which is a felony.
"I'm not worried about it," McClure said, "because I know we were not in the wrong because when it's all said and done, why am I being charged for a kid fight?"