School Brawl Injures Campus Police Officer

TUCKER, Ga. – A campus police officer who tried to break up a brawl that occurred Sept. 12 at Tucker High School sustained broken bones in his ankle and had to be hospitalized.

As a result, the four students involved in the ruckus have been suspended and face criminal charges, reports the Tucker Patch.

School security officer Jarvis Brown’s right ankle required surgery as a result of him and other staff members trying to break up the fight.

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