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 Teen Arrested for Breaking School Bus Windshield with a Milkshake

Teen Arrested for Breaking School Bus Windshield with a Milkshake

A few days ago in Forsyth County, Georgia, 19-year-old Nicholas Allen Jones was arrested after throwing a mint chocolate chip milkshake at a moving school bus. The cup and enclosed dessert struck the bus’s windshield. The glass shattered into a mass of green goo, suddenly obstructing the driver’s vision.

The bus was traveling down the highway with 30 student passengers when Jones threw the milkshake on a dare. The bus driver managed to pull off of the road and into an elementary school parking lot. No one was injured.

Jones was arrested and charged with first degree criminal damage and disrupting public school. He wrote a formal letter to the school apologizing for damaging school property and was released on an $11,715.00 bond later that day.

The school bus glass was replaced and no additional damage was incurred by the bus.

Windshield glass is a special kind of glass. It’s actually two panes of glass that have sandwiched between a piece of vinyl. The vinyl helps to ensure that if the glass breaks, it cracks but doesn’t fall apart. Here’s a video about the process of how windshields are made. The windshield is a major safety feature of your vehicle. If you notice a chip or crack in your windshield, it’s best to have it repaired as soon as possible, reducing the chance that it will expand unexpectedly and disrupt your vision while driving.

If your vehicle is in need of windshield or window glass repair or replacement, contact Suncoast Auto Glass today for a free estimate. We’re conveniently located on N Goldenrod Road in Orlando, or we can schedule an appointment to come to your home or office.