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Boy charged after classroom commotion

Sandusky Register Staff • Feb 4, 2014 at 8:29 PM

The school’s resource officer, an Erie County deputy, arrived in the classroom at about noon and found it in complete disarray, according to a deputy’s report. School staff had already moved the boy to an intervention room.

The teacher told deputies the boy threw classroom chairs, flipped desks and stomped on three remote controls, valued at $75 total. The boy also swore at staff members during the commotion, calling the teacher’s aide a “fat (expletive)” in front of other students.

While deputies examined the damage, the boy allegedly demanded, “What the (expletive) are you looking at?”

The boy then punched the classroom door. Deputies arrested the child for criminal damaging, disorderly conduct and delinquent juvenile. They took him to the county detention center, then called his grandmother because his mother was not available.

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