Police had to physically subdue a 12-year-old boy who kicked an officer in the head while resisting arrest at York One Academy, according to a report.
The student, who was not identified, refused to leave school after dismissal last week because his cellphone had been confiscated earlier in the day, the York police report states.
An officer grabbed the boy’s arm to try to get him out of a lobby chair after the boy’s grandmother was unable to convince him to exit the building, the report states. The child responded by cursing at the officer and “tensing up.”
Officers told the child that any continued resistance would result in an additional charge to his arrest.
Police noted difficulty handcuffing the boy and getting him out of the chair, eventually using a “transport wrist lock” motion on him due to his “aggressive posture,” the report reads.
Officers also exerted pressure on the boy’s jaw to get him to sit up so they could place him in the police car. At the time, the report states, the boy was resisting walking. The boy then flipped over, kicking an officer in the head.
The officers were unable to fasten the child’s seatbelt due to his ongoing “aggressive attitude,” the report reads. Once transported to the York Police Department, the child continued to resist officers trying to remove his handcuffs.
The child was later released to his aunt. He has been charged with disturbing schools and assaulting an officer during arrest.
Source: Enquirer Herald
A 15-year-old boy faces juvenile charges accusing him of making threats against other students at Cibola High School on his Facebook page.
The Police Department says the boy was taken into custody Wednesday after he arrived at school.
According to police, the boy wasn’t carrying any weapons but that he later made admissions to police.
He was booked into the Yuma County Juvenile Justice Center.
Source: AZ Central
This report came in by email early this morning:
“My oldest and youngest sons went out for a walk with the dog late evening nice weather last night and spend some allowance. They are 16 and 11.”
“On the way home they were approached by a group of 8-10 teen boys.”
The boys appeared to be from 12 to 16 years old, of mixed races. Some were wearing black hoodies.
“My oldest son’s iPhone and wallet were taken. He was punched in the mouth and almost stabbed (they cut his shirt) as one of the boys held a knife to his side.”
A 14-year-old boy was charged Tuesday with felony sexual abuse following a two-month investigation by the Orange County Child Abuse Unit.
Officials began the investigation after the parents of the victim – an 8-year-old girl – made a report to the New York State Child Abuse Hotline.
The abuse occurred last year, according to the report.
The 14-year-old was a friend of the victim’s family.
Source: Record Online
A teenager who tried to rape a university student during a late night attack in a park in the centre of Gloucester has been sent to a psychiatric hospital indefinitely.
The 17-year-old hit the 19-year-old woman repeatedly over the head with a wine bottle and held a broken pair of scissors to her throat as he tried to rape her.
As he carried out the assault on the evening of June 12 last year the victim was able to call her friend to try to alert her to the attack.
The victim was walking home across Gloucester Park having been out celebrating her friend’s birthday when the defendant pounced on her at around 10.45pm.
She suffered serious cuts to her head, which required staples, and suffered bruising and scratches all over her body – and has been left devastated by her ordeal.
The teenager, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to charges of attempted rape and assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
Two psychiatrists agreed he was mentally ill. He will be on the sex offenders register for life.
Source: Western Daily Press
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