A Georgia high school student is being forced to undergo mental evaluation after a recent attack on his school’s assistant principal.
The incident reportedly happened last week after the student was accused of having alcohol in his water bottle and appearing intoxicated. The assistant principal confronted the student during one of his classes and there is when things became violent.
As reported by the AJC:
The teen allegedly kicked the administrator in his groin, causing him to need medical attention at a hospital, Channel 2 reported. Holder also made “specific threats to get a gun and come back to the school,” according to the warrants.
Parents were notified immediately via text and email.
The AJC went on to say:
“Walton High School staff responded quickly and appropriately and did what they have been trained to do: prioritize every student’s safety while keeping the focus on teaching and learning,” the official said.
Holder was jailed without bond on felony charges of terroristic threats and battery against school personnel, jail records show. He’s also charged with simple battery against a police officer, underage possession of alcohol and alcohol possession on public school grounds.
A judge reconsidered and Holder was released on $10,000 bond Monday. According to Channel 2, the 17-year-old will head back to a mental health facility for treatment.
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Andrew Pollack, father of a Parland shooting victim sounded off on Twitter. #FixIt
This is how we make a difference…
Involuntary hospitalization to make sure his mental illness gets reported and a felony charge on his background.
— Andrew Pollack (@AndrewPollackFL) August 17, 2019
Walton High School administration should be given praise for the way they handled this student.
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