Video Proves Officers Did Not Slam Student Into Lockers
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The mother of a Riverside Middle School student has accused two school security officers of slamming her daughter against a locker; however, school officials say they have footage from a security camera to dispute the claim.
The alleged incident occurred last week after the female student, whose name was not released, voluntarily offered her cell phone video footage of a fight that took place at a nearby elementary school. When the security authorities told her the phone would be used for evidence, she tried to grab it back, MLive.com reports.
As the discussion intensified, the student backed into a set of lockers, according to school officials, while the girl’s mother claims two female security officers forced her child into the lockers. District officials are currently investigating the incident.
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