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Las Vegas High Girl Arrested Las Vegas high Schooler Charged With battery Explained!

A piece of news is getting viral on social media, that A Las Vegas student can be seen violently thrashing another girl as other classmates laugh. The girl’s name has not been revealed, can be appeared pounding her classmates many times as she lifts her hands to save and protect herself.

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The video has come from Las Vegas High School. The girl has to do this for protecting herself. Here are several things for telling you about the viral news. You are on the right page for getting the information. We will try to cover all the details in this article. Let’s find out the matter, what was happened, keep reading.

According to the report, during the attack incident, A person who seems to be a teacher can be heard some noise which was shouting of the girls, “stop stop stop! Get off her”.

As the vicious fight continues, other students are laughing at the fight. It is not clear what is the reason for the attack and how many or what injuries the victim sustained. The suspect has been charged with battery and they may also face more charges., keep reading.

According to the Clark County School District Police officer Lt Bryan Zink “They encourage any student who witnesses crimes like this or who find this kind of videos to inform us or school staff know,” “School authority is aware of the matter and is taking this incident seriously.”

The investigators are investigating the matter and they take action if they feel needed. They can’t tell about individual student disciplinary matters due to privacy laws”

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Furthermore, the Clark County school district said they were aware of the video of a brutal beating at Las Vegas High School as teachers watched, and even they laughed. The president of the school board Irene Cepeda and superintendent Jesus Jara also disclosed statements about the matter. “The CCSD Board of School Trustees and superintendent take every case of violence very seriously, doesn’t matter of who commits the violence,”.

Further, the district encouraged “students and members of the community not to share clips of this incident or any other student fights.” This is not the right message for the students who will see this footage. As we told the identity of the girl has been hidden from the public due to privacy, and we should respect the decision. Stay tuned with us for more updates.

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