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Spokesperson of Jefferson County bus driver says she’s been cleared of wrongdoing

JEFFERSON COUNTY, W.Va. — A second Jefferson County school bus driver who was in Washington, D.C. last week during the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol has been cleared of all wrongdoing.

Tina Renner and Pam McDonald were suspended with pay while Jefferson County School Superintendent Bondy Shay Gibson investigated the two’s trip to the nation’s capital.

Gibson said she received a report that Renner and McDonald made threatening posts on their Facebook pages and were part of the election march.

McDonald was cleared Tuesday of any wrongdoing following a disciplinary hearing. Renner’s hearing took place Wednesday.

Renner’s spokesperson Dan Casto said Gibson should resign from her position and encouraged the Jefferson County Board of Education to terminate Gibson’s employment.

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