As of Thursday, May 30, 2013
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LILBURN -- Not everyone was in a celebratory mood last week at Parkview High School's graduation.
One woman, Shandra Nicole White, 32, caused such a "loud and boisterous" distraction that school administrators asked a police officer to escort her from the school, according to a Gwinnett County Police incident report.
White refused an officer's instructions to sit down after she stood in front of the bleachers and disrupted the ceremony, then argued with the officer after he said she would be arrested for criminal trespass, the report said.
While the officer tried to arrest White, and place her in handcuffs, she attempted to pull away several times. She did the same thing minutes later when another officer arrived to transport her to the Gwinnett jail.
"White was very upset about the situation and was yelling and cursing in the backseat of my patrol car," the officer wrote in the report.
Arrest warrants said White also had more than 14 ounces of marijuana at the graduation ceremony. The officer noted that a bag of marijuana was found on the floorboard of the patrol car after White was taken out of the car at the jail.
She was booked in the jail on May 22 on charges of criminal trespass, obstruction of an officer, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and having a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of an elementary school.
She was released on $80,000 bond on Thursday.