Switchblade Times at GMHS
GREAT MILLS — St. Mary’s Sheriff’s officers report that on 9/13/13 Cpl. Kristi Nelson, School Resource Officer for Great Mills High School, investigated a report of a student with a knife in their possession. Information was received by an anonymous student advising that a 14 year old female student was in possession of a knife. The student was located and fully cooperated with Cpl. Nelson surrendering the knife which was identified as a switchblade. The student was charged with the weapon violation. School Board notified.
False fire alarm
GREAT MILLS — On 9/13/13, Cpl. Kristi Nelson, School Resource Officer for Great Mills High School, investigated an activation of a school fire alarm. Investigation revealed a 15 year old male student activated a false school fire alarm. The student was charged with the disruption of school activities and the State Fire Marshal’s Office charged the student with the false activation of a fire alarm.
What happened to ‘grab-ass’?
CALIFORNIA, MD. — Police report that school days got lively at Esperanza on Friday, the 13th.
On 9/13/13, Deputies David Potter and Anthony Cole responded to Esperanza Middle School in regards to a reported sexual assault. Police say that their investigation revealed during school hours, a 14 year old male and a 13 year old female were playing around until the male threw a football at a 13 year old. The female ‘playfully’ swung at the male student resulting in him grabbing her breast. The female student then attempted to grab the male student’s genitals. Both students were charged with assault 2nd degree and sex offense 4th degree.