Eleven Bibb County Students Charged

4:35 PM, Dec 7, 2012   |    comments
Campus Police conducted unannounced, randomized searches of two high schools, arresting one student for drug possession.
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Eleven Bibb County students have been charged with sundry incidents this week. 

Three male Rutland High students were charged with marijuana possession on school grounds Thursday according to a Bibb County Schools news release. 

The release says they were seen smoking it behind the school. As a result, the 17- and 20-year-old were taken to the Bibb County jail. A 16-year-old was also charged with obstruction of a law enforcement officer in connection with the incident. 

The three students were suspended.

A Ballard-Hudson Middle School student was charged with possession of marijuana on school grounds. Police found the marijuana on the 16-year-old student during a search for another reason. 

The student was taken to the Macon Regional Youth Detention Center and suspended.

Two 14-year-old males at Bloomfield Middle School were charged with making terroristic threats Thursday. The release says they were making gang-related threats against the "life of another student." 

Both students were suspended.

After being suspended, a 15-year-old male student "refused to comply with a Campus Police" request to leave campus Thursday. He was then charged with obstruction of a police officer.

A 14-year-old male Howard Middle School student was charged with sexual battery Thursday after police investigated an incident that happened on Nov. 30. 

The male reportedly grabbed a female's buttocks and her mother witnessed it. He was suspended.

A different 14-year-old Howard Middle School student was charged with theft by taking Thursday after he was found with school-owned music and band-related items.

Two Weaver Middle School students were suspended for fighting in the school cafeteria Thursday. The 14- and 15-year-old were charged with affray and disruption of a public school.

This follows a report yesterday that six Bibb students had been suspended since Friday, November 30. 

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