On May 3 at 1:37 p.m., a school administrator at North Point High School was notified by a teacher that two students were engaged in a verbal disagreement with a classmate. The classmate was taken to an administrator’s office at which time the other two students tried to force their way into the administrator’s office to assault the classmate. A second administrator intervened to prevent them from assaulting the classmate and in doing so was assaulted. Additional school staff and a school resource officer assisted in removing the combative students from the office. The two students were subsequently charged on a Juvenile Offense Report with assault and disruption of school activities. They were released to their parents who responded to the school. Officer Tyner is continuing the investigation.

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