Published: Sep 18, 2012 01:57 PM
Modified: Sep 18, 2012 01:58 PM
The Raleigh Police Department issued three juvenile petitions and one criminal charge related to fights at Athens Drive High School on Sept. 11, including the scuffle that put an assistant principal through a cafeteria window.
A 15-year-old boy pushed school official Steven Miller into a glass window, resulting in lacerations to Miller’s back, head and arms, according to police spokesman Jim Sughrue.
Police are not naming the juvenile, but Sughrue confirmed that the boy faces a juvenile charge, known as a petition, for assault.
The fight that injured Miller was one of at least three to occur in the cafeteria or adjoining courtyard that day, according to police reports.
Police also arrested an 18-year-old female, Jameka Nycole Hardy of Garner, for “engaging in an affray,” Sughrue said. Two 15-year-old males were issued juvenile petitions related to the same incident.
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