Woman accused of hitting METS bus driver arrested

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EVANSVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) – A woman accused of hitting an Evansville METS bus driver has now been identified and arrested.

Evansville Police said Pamela Siddall was arrested around 8:30 a.m. Wednesday by the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Department. She’s now facing a misdemeanor battery charge.

Pamela Siddall
Courtesy: Evansville Police

Evansville Police said Siddall was picked up by the bus on Monday at Riverside and Lodge. After the Mets bus driver drove away from the bus stop to move toward her next location, Siddall requested to be let off at Riverside and 41.

Since it wasn’t a designated stop, police said the driver refused Siddall’s request to be let off. Police said Siddall exchanged words wit the driver, and struck the driver in the face.

The driver immediately called police and let Siddall off.

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(This story was originally published on January 8, 2020)

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