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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

The Cleveland woman caught recklessly driving around a city school bus went before a judge Tuesday.

32-year-old Shena Hardin was cited for not stopping for a school bus.  She pleaded not guilty, and is due back in court next month for a hearing.

19 Action News viewers took matters into their own hands to help cops nail Hardin earlier this month.  Witnesses say Hardin drove on the sidewalk on a daily basis to avoid waiting for the school bus on East 38th Street in Cleveland.

Fearing a potentially dangerous situation, the bus driver captured the act on cell phone.  The bus driver then contacted the Third District Police before starting his route.

Officers waited for Hardin, and caught her in the act.

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