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Probation revoked for woman accused of attacking JCPS bus monitor

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A woman arrested and charged with attacking a JCPS bus monitor is back in jail because of a previous assault case.


Police say Felisha Yancey and her three children attacked the monitor -- punching, kicking and even spitting on the woman.
 
The alleged incident happened at a bus stop at Jackson Street and E. St. Catherine, Feb. 19.

According to an arrest report, Yancey told police she responded after one of her children yelled that the monitor, Valerie Coleman, hit the child.

Country Attorney spokesperson Bill Patteson tells WDRB a judge revoked Yancey's probation for a similar assault on JCPS personnel last year.

She'll serve 365 days in jail as a result of Thursday's revocation.

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