Disruptive Main Street student taken to police station

Norwalk police called to classroom.
Aaron Krause
Apr 20, 2013

 

A Main Street School student who was being disruptive in class Thursday was removed from school by police and taken to the station without incident.

Police received a call from principal Ken Moore before 3 p.m. Thursday about the incident.

The boy's father picked him up at the station, Norwalk Police Capt. Eric Hipp said.

Comments

JMOP

Back in my day......

SMF1

Me too...would have gotten my behind whooped by the teacher and then whooped again when my parents found out.

Yall Make Me Sick

And this is news how? They have a police log for this stuff.

feedthetrolls

All the register and reflector do is dig through police logs for something to print. It is the easiest, laziest, and cheapest way to fill the paper.

hit the road jack

I'd hate to imagine what went on.

Cliff Cannon

@ hit the road jack : No doubt

hit the road jack

I just wonder if these left wing hacks ever thought why all the mayhem is going on? maybe these people figure what the hell if he's going to run the country into the ground I may as well have some fun before it happens or maybe their just tired of the stress and losing it?

Windy

Spare the rod and spoil the child.