Georgia Teens Storm School Bus: Attack Elementary Students

Ain’t even gonna ask the obvious question!

source: Newsweek

Four teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of attacking an elementary school bus in Georgia, which left one child needing hospital treatment.

An 18-year-old non-student, along with two middle school students and one high school student, are alleged to have attacked the bus carrying Snapfinger Elementary school students on Hollyhock Terrace in Decatur, DeKalb County, on Monday, November 18.

The attack occurred around one mile away from the school, reports WSBTV. It is unclear what exactly occurred on the bus.

“This is my kid’s second week at school. This is ridiculous….. This is why I don’t have my kids on the bus; I drive them to school, and I drive them back home.”

Latrice Lewis
Parent

“I think that’s really bad, and if they did beat up some elementary school students, they definitely deserve to go to jail.”

Alexis Clarke
Parent

The four suspects are reported to be facing assault charges following their arrest by DeKalb County School District Police. The motive for the attack is not known.

In a statement released to local media, school officials said: “The safety and well-being of our students is our top priority. On November 18, an incident occurred on a school bus on Hollyhock Terrace involving Snapfinger Elementary students.

GEORGIA TEENS STORM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL BUS AND ATTACK CHILDREN

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