Judge revokes woman's probation after school stun gun incident

A woman accused of going to the Academy of Richmond County with a stun gun intent on harming a student last month was sent back to jail Thursday.

Veronica Bush, 23, has yet to be indicted on charges of terroristic threats and taking a weapon onto school grounds, but the charges led Judge Michael N. Annis to revoke a probation sentence from 2010.

On Thursday, Annis ordered her to spend the remaining 17 months in jail from the sentence for obstruction of a law enforcement officer and misdemeanor theft.

Bush was arrested Dec. 7 after the father of an 18-year-old Richmond Academy student said Bush called him and made threats against his daughter, a police report states. The report says Bush had a stun gun and told authorities she also had a handgun but didn’t intend to use it.