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A California woman has been arrested after she allegedly burst into a school classroom and attacked a teacher and two students — before stripping off her clothes, police said.
Eva Lady, 48, of Santa Rosa, allegedly stormed into the classroom Wednesday at the Pivot Charter School, the Press Democrat reported.
Police said she threw punches at the teacher and two students in addition to vandalizing desks, electronics and storage areas, causing an estimated $1,000 in damage.
No one suffered any injuries, police said.
Students were forced to evacuate the class, while staffers locked the woman inside the room, news station KRON4 reported.
When she was confronted by authorities, she began screaming and taking off her clothes, police said.
Lady was taken into custody and booked at Sonoma County Jail on charges of willful cruelty to a child, battery and vandalism.
“It doesn’t appear that she has any connection to the school or the classroom,” Santa Rosa police Sgt. Christopher Mahurin told the Press Democrat.
“They took her to the hospital to see if she was OK.”
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