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An unidentified male Los Alamos High School student is charged with battery on a school employee after reportedly shoving a teacher.
According to a Los Alamos Police Department incident report written by School Resource Officer Jordan Redmond, at 11:46 a.m. March 22, school administration called for help with a teacher dealing with a “belligerent” student.
The administration alleged that there had been an incident in the commons areas of the A wing, in which a student pushed math teacher Joy Handsberry after she confronted the student regarding his behavior.
The report states that Handsberry alleged the student was muttering profanities and she confronted him about his language, stating that he could not use language like that in school and that he would need to go to the administrative office with her.
Handsberry alleges that the student refused to comply with her request, uttering expletives a few more times. The student also refused to give Handsberry his name and began moving toward the exit, at which point she “ ‘hooked her index finger over the top front of his jacket and tugged him toward the office,’ insisting they had to go to the office. He then turned and pushed her away.”
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