Thread: Police Arrest 6th-Grader After Attack On Teachers

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    • 12 years 3 months ago
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    I have mixed feelings about this. One part of me says the kid needs to be be taught hard a lesson since his parents probable won't. The other part of me says the school could of handled it and they are over reacting a little. This story does not say it, but on Inside Edition they said he will spend the next 21 days in JV hall. They showed him he's a little blond hair kid that any adult should have been able to control. Something tells me we are only hearing one side of the story.

    http://www.wesh.com/cw18/17736514/detail.html
    http://www.wftv.com/news/17729044/detail.html


    PALM BAY, Fla. -- An arrested 12-year-old looks like he should be playing kickball and video games instead of being handcuffed and thrown into the back of a police car and then crying in his mug shot.


    The boy stands just four feet tall and weighs just 54 pounds, but apparently the little 12-year-old has a big temper. He was arrested for viciously attacking his pregnant school counselor and is now facing two felony charges, battery on a pregnant female and battery on a school official.

    The 12-year-old started running away from his teachers and was about to jump the fence when the counselors tried to stop him and that's when he got mad.

    "Next time, it's not going to be a pleasant visit! You go to school to learn!" a Palm Bay officer told Jason Lord as he got into a squad car.


    Lord was arrested for throwing sticks and rocks at a pregnant counselor and then hitting a second counselor.

    "They tried to get him under control and threw sticks and one, who was pregnant, the other one he was kicking several times and put bruises on her legs," explained Officer Dan Fisher, Palm Bay Police Department.

    Sixth graders at Christa McAuliffe Elementary School were playing soccer during PE class when one student said Lord did not want to participate, so he was scolded by another teacher.

    "He just stated walking, like pouting. All the teachers started walking with him. Finally, he goes and jumps the fence and starts running," student Eric Barroso told Eyewitness News.

    A couple of counselors tried to prevent Lord from leaving school and that's when he got violent. According to the arrest affidavit, Lord screamed at school officials, "B****, I'm going to kill you and him" and he was "flipping 'the bird' at them."

    Police said the child did not show any emotion until he was taken away in a police car.

    "We were driving away from the school and he started begging, 'Let me have a second chance,'" Fisher explained. "I said, 'You had your second chance.'"

    Lord was expected to spend the night at the Juvenile Detention Center and school officials said he could be expelled.

    In August, another 12-year-old, Shawn Rodderick, was arrested for using a BB gun to rob a Kirkman Road Walgreens. The boy said he wanted money to buy school clothes.

    Tiny Austin Mohr was arrested in March for threatening to kill his classmates in a Columbine-style attack at DeLand Middle School.

    • 12 years 3 months ago
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    based on that story on the first page, id say the former: he does need to be taught a lesson. I mean how can a school handle a violent student, they tried talking to him...
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    Quote by knuclear200x
    based on that story on the first page, id say the former: he does need to be taught a lesson. I mean how can a school handle a violent student, they tried talking to him...


    I agree, but two felonies? It sounds to me like he should have been expelled and sent to a alt school. Not sent to jail for close to a month. I would say if a kid of mine did that he would have a hard time sitting for a few day.
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    Quote by bassman21
    Quote by knuclear200x
    based on that story on the first page, id say the former: he does need to be taught a lesson. I mean how can a school handle a violent student, they tried talking to him...


    I agree, but two felonies? It sounds to me like he should have been expelled and sent to a alt school. Not sent to jail for close to a month. I would say if a kid of mine did that he would have a hard time sitting for a few day.


    hey you edited the first post no fair XD alt school? u kidding? i think military school, if thats what youre implying, is only for mischievous children. Not children with an urge to somewhat kill.
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    If it was the second time he hit a teacher I say the punishment fits. No teacher, or any person for that matter should have to put up with a punk kid who knows that a teacher can't hit them back. I bet he wasn't expecting what he got. Maybe next time he'll think before he gets out of control. I'll tell you this, If my wife was a teacher and she was HIT by the same punk kid twice, if the law didn't take care of it I would. If he's old enough to think he can hit an adult, he's old enough to be taught he can't.
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    Ravage, in this overly PC world you realize you'd get sent to jail right?

    and yes in the evil parallel Mac world you could do as you please

    also s/jail/prison/;

    also in any case, Bassman IMO he should've gotten both expelled/sent to alt. school AND juvie.
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    Quote by adventure_of_link
    Ravage, in this overly PC world you realize you'd get sent to jail right?

    and yes in the evil parallel Mac world you could do as you please

    also s/jail/prison/;

    also in any case, Bassman IMO he should've gotten both expelled/sent to alt. school AND juvie.


    Yeah, I'm not saying I would pound him to a pulp. I would talk with the parents, But if he hit her a second time, yes, I would snatch him up(I wouldn't hurt him) but I would scare the piss out of him and he would never do it again. No person should ever have to put up with being hit by anyone.
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    ^ All of the above is if the law didn't atke care of it first!!
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    which if this was KY, they wouldn't.
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    Then I better not ever move to KY or I would end up in jail if I ever had to deal with out of control punks like that. There's certain things in lfe I don't put up with, an out of control kid who doesn't have a problem hitting adults is one of them.
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    What.
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    That kid looks like one of my freshly squeezed turds from this morning. C'mon, especially because he hit a pregnant woman, the little fucker deserves to be put away for a while. He obviously has some issues...I wouldn't mind taking my belt to his face a few times...it's like the late George Carlin said, "Help The Children, Feed The Children, Save The Children. Well, you know what? Fuck The Children."
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    Quote by jango52577
    That kid looks like one of my freshly squeezed turds from this morning. C'mon, especially because he hit a pregnant woman, the little fucker deserves to be put away for a while. He obviously has some issues...I wouldn't mind taking my belt to his face a few times...it's like the late George Carlin said, "Help The Children, Feed The Children, Save The Children. Well, you know what? Fuck The Children."


    Ooh, I also forgot to mention my sister is pregnant and she works at a daycare and if I ever heard of any kids even contemplating touching a hair on her body, her boyfriend and I would fuck that kid up into next week...however because that is against the law, beating a child, I would probably try to sue the parents for every dime they're worth. I'm sure that would be a nice trust fund for her future child...
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    Quote by jango52577
    Quote by jango52577
    That kid looks like one of my freshly squeezed turds from this morning. C'mon, especially because he hit a pregnant woman, the little fucker deserves to be put away for a while. He obviously has some issues...I wouldn't mind taking my belt to his face a few times...it's like the late George Carlin said, "Help The Children, Feed The Children, Save The Children. Well, you know what? Fuck The Children."


    Ooh, I also forgot to mention my sister is pregnant and she works at a daycare and if I ever heard of any kids even contemplating touching a hair on her body, her boyfriend and I would fuck that kid up into next week...however because that is against the law, beating a child, I would probably try to sue the parents for every dime they're worth. I'm sure that would be a nice trust fund for her future child...


    See you're going about it the wrong way. You pay a 15 year old kid to beat him for you.
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    He probably has some problems, it looks like a kid who would take Ritalin.
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    I dont know, i dont think the kid deserves jail time but i do think he deserves to be kicked out of school for the remainder of the year.
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    Quote by gumbyman
    I dont know, i dont think the kid deserves jail time but i do think he deserves to be kicked out of school for the remainder of the year.


    s/remainder of the year/duration of his life/;

    Quote by Ravage
    Then I better not ever move to KY or I would end up in jail if I ever had to deal with out of control punks like that. There's certain things in lfe I don't put up with, an out of control kid who doesn't have a problem hitting adults is one of them.


    Perhaps I misworded it a little bit/need more explanation. In KY, with the way the juvie laws are here, a child would have to do something VERY serious (eg: (armed?) robbery, murder, etc) before they'd goto juvie. My sister's ex-boyfriend (at the time both were minors) got a gang of guys to go after her, I believe he tried to strangle her, etc, and we tried to get the police on them. he said there wasn't much he could do because of KY's juvenile laws.
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    Definitely give that kid The Chair.
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    today's teachers arent even that strict
    and don't get me started on today's students (they talk to teachers as friends lol)
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    Quote by Captain_Howdy
    Definitely give that kid The Chair.


    Isn't that a little extreme?
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