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16-year-old male student bites high school principal
The school year began with hardly a hitch in Screven County, except for the 16-year-old who bit the high school principal.
It took four men – a police officer and three school officials -- to subdue the student in the incident that began with him being accused of cutting in the lunch line on Wednesday, Aug. 5, the third day of school. The boy was arrested and charged with three misdemeanor counts – battery, obstruction of an officer and disrupting public school.
A teacher repeatedly asked the boy to return to his position in the lunch line and he refused to go, saying he had not cut in line. According to 12 pages of reports filed at the sheriff’s department, the student resisted leaving the lunch line and leaving the cafeteria. But eventually, he was convinced to go to the principal’s office, where he refused to answer questions such as his age and who could come get him.
As the incident continued, more and more people came to help, including a Sylvania police officer. In all, eight people were identified in the report as being involved.
Director of Operations William Bland said officials eventually asked the police officer to arrest the student. “Finally, I told the police officer to just take him since he would not cooperate with us or follow reasonable request or give us a phone number to call for him,” Bland said. When the officer tried to handcuff the student, he pulled away and tried to open the office door. “He is very combative at this point and it is taking everything the four of us can do to get him on the floor and hold him there,” Bland said.
“I was holding (his) body and I could see that (he) was trying to bite me and told him not to bite me,” Principal Brett Warren said in his account. “Then he bit me on my left bicep.”
The student bit Warren through a long-sleeve shirt. Photos in the report show Warren with his sleeve rolled up. A well-defined, bloody mark in the shape of a mouth is clearly visible on Warren’s arm. Records indicate he got a tetanus shot the next day.
Things went much more smoothly during the first week of classes for the other 842 students at the high school.