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Police: Salisbury Woman Arrested After Accosting First-Grader at School

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SALISBURY, Md.- A Salisbury woman is facing charges following accusations that she entered a first-grade classroom at Charles H. Chipman Elementary School on Lake Street and verbally accosted a student.

Shanna Myhail Spencer, 28, was charged with second-degree assault, threat of arson, disorderly conduct and disturbing school operations.

The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office said that on Friday, Spencer entered the school and walked into a classroom where she began yelling at one of the first-grade students whom she believed was bothering her daughter. Spencer also told her daughter to hit the girl, police said.

According to deputies, a teacher and another school employee protected the girl while getting Spencer to leave the classroom.

Spencer allegedly made threats in front of the students to blow up the school. While she was in the school office, Spencer knocked a laptop and papers from a desk before she finally left the building, police said.

Spencer was taken into custody on Saturday and ordered held on $20,000 bond.

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