EBRSO: Teen arrested for assaulting teachers at school
BATON ROUGE - The East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested 17-year-old Antonio Scott for assaulting his teachers while at school.
An East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s officer was working extra duty at Glen Oaks High School on Wednesday afternoon when the officer was contacted by a school administrator about Scott, according to the EBR Sheriff's Office.
Scott entered the school office and walked behind the counter without permission. Scott was told that he was not allowed behind the counter, but Scott proceeding and said he would go where ever he wanted and began searching the cabinets in the office, according to the EBR Sheriff’s Office.
Scott said he was looking for his back pack, when the school administrator asked what he was looking for.
The assistant principal then asked Scott to leave from behind the counter and Scott threatened to slap the assistant principal if anything else was said.
The officer then escorted Scott from the office and the high school’s dean of students asked Scott to leave campus, according to the EBR Sheriff’s Office.
Scott refused and continued to walk back towards the office. When the dean of students asked Scott to leave a second time, Scott threatened to slap the dean of students as well.
While Scott was taken into custody, he threatened to shoot the dean of students outside of school, according to the EBR Sheriff’s Office.
Scott was then transported to the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison and booked on charges of disturbing the peace, aggravated assault upon an officer, and two charges of assaulting a school teacher.
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