The male student from B.B. Coke High School in St. Elizabeth, who stands accused of assaulting a fellow student and rendering them unconscious over a shoe-stepping incident, has been apprehended and is currently undergoing police procedures.

Acting Superintendent Coleridge Minto, the Parish Commander, reports that the young boy was brought to the Junction Police Station by his mother earlier today.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of the School,  Chairman Cetany Holness, informed CVM News that the senior student has been subject to a 10-day suspension following an emergency meeting held last evening. The student’s ultimate fate will be determined after this suspension period. Holness emphasized that the senior student has experienced issues since their first year, and despite previous interventions, they continue to exhibit anger problems. Watch the report:

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