Reading, Writing and Arresting for 8 Year old Florida Boy … Arrested for 5th Time
8 Year Old Boy Arrested for the 5th Time … WHAT!!!
An 8 year old, unnamed, 85-pound, 4-foot, 8-inch Florida school boy has been arrested 5 times. All of the arrests have taken place since November 2010. His first two arrests occurred in November and December as the boy hit and kicked school employees. During his November rampage, the 8 year old boy threw punches and kicks while yelling “Take me to jail”. Does anyone think that this kid might have bigger issues than ones that will be solved by being arrested? Teh boy is reported as being a special-education student. Does some one maybe want to change his meds?
Let’s Have Count von Count … count the # of Arrests of this 8 year old Boy
On Tuesday morning, the boy fought another student in his Riverside Elementary School classroom and then left the campus with a school employee following him, according to the Sheriff’s Office incident report.
At one point, he returned to campus, jumped a 4-foot-tall chain-link fence and found several large wooden sticks that he then threw at school behavioral specialist Tawny Chiuchiarelli, striking her at least once, but not injuring her.
The boy then picked up a piece of galvanized pipe that he threw in Chiuchiarelli’s direction.
He was charged with battery on a school employee, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and disruption of an educational institute
Posted February 26, 2011 by Scared Monkeys
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It is not clear that this event happened on a regular school campus.
If this child has these types of problems, he should be immediately removed to a center for disturbed children.
The idea that these children are allowed to be in the general population of a regular school is wrong.
I had similar questions Tx Grandpa ~
my son when he was in the 3rd grade was attacked in school by a similar type of child ~ the child was moved from one school district into ours and his history was clearly known to our school officials… this child, to me, should never ever been placed in my sons school as he was very violent, dangerous and out of complete control… not to mention, not monitored when alone…
he verbally threatened our son in the boys bathroom ~ (our son was scared to death in the bathroom stall), this out of control kid football tackled the boys stall door in the bathroom and our son was knocked out, left laying there… the clear force that this child had by body slamming the door spoke volumes of his rage ~ (he was an older boy in a higher grade) if it were not for a worker in the school hearing the whimpers of my son, he would have been left there…we’d of never known what happened… and if the woman (whom we know persoanlly who rescued our son) did not call us, we would not have known what occurred until our son got home… as the school did not notify us when the incident occurred… they were trying to brush it under the rug and we got there immediately upon our friend calling us…and took our son to the hospital… as you can imagine, we made a stink and the child was immediately removed from the school as he was a danger to others and perhaps, himself.
Children like this do not belong mainstreamed into the public school system… these 8 arrests speak for themselves and it’s very sad that this child is at risk and dangerous… very sad, indeed. I question, what intervention is being given him? His behavior is obviously disturbing and he has severe issues that need attending to, if they are not being already. He’s obviously acting out for reasons and needs help, like yesterday wasn’t soon enough. I pray, he gets support and the necessary help, something is either being done to him, or has been done to him for him to behave this way ~ or it’s medical. An 8 year old ~ my God… there’s A LOT more to this story than meets the eye…
Sounds like my neighbor.