EASLEY, S.C. (AP) — Authorities say a woman pulled out a gun after a fender bender and an argument near the carpool line of a South Carolina elementary school.
Anderson County deputies say 31-year-old Tenisha Kallenbach was charged with displaying a firearm in a public building and ordered to stay away from her child’s school.
Deputies told news outlets that Kallenbach and another woman had a minor wreck Tuesday morning in front of Concrete Primary School in Easley.
Authorities say they parked in the grass and got into an argument before Kallenbach pulled the gun from her vehicle’s console.
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No shots were fired, and deputies say Kallenbach told them she didn’t point the weapon at anyone and sometimes has a bad temper.
Court records didn’t list a lawyer for Kallenbach.