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This story had lots of people talking in Georgia at a gardener can copy it brought -- to the police department.
After apparently a very violent temper tantrum on Friday.
We'll just minutes ago the police chief.
Defended his department.
And I do respect what role for her to be treated like.
It -- out of -- would it shouldn't -- -- -- -- -- the crucial fall and apparent difference should've been there.
Community activists are outraged after a six year old here at creek side elementary school in Milledge bill -- violent temper tantrum Friday.
Police were called to the school and an officer handcuffed and -- the -- to -- to headquarters.
I think it was a little too harsh.
-- -- Clinton should have been dealt with a different way I guess it beat -- -- -- -- Board all county superintendent Geneva Brazil didn't want to talk with us on camera.
But released a statement saying the student's behavior included.
Pushing several other students.
Running away from school staff.
Slamming chairs around the school office.
Climbing up and knocking over a bookcase knocking pictures off the wall scribbling over the walls and door and injuring a school employee.
The police report indicates a child was charged with simple battery and damaged a school property.
But a new development late this afternoon the interim police chief appeared to back pedal on back.
Which you will not be -- and craft faux outrage.
That would be monitored by social agencies or any other systems.
The interim chief says there will be no charges but community activists say this is far from over in Milledge bill I'm Julie Procter.
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