Sunday, May 4, 2014

New Meaning to Dangerous Instrument?

A Brooks High School 10th grader has been accused of Felony Assault against a fellow student. It happened, in all places, the band room. These band members are getting as dangerous as pit bulls, aren't they?

The victim remains hospitalized--and it happened four days ago. In Alabama Felony Assault is considered:

  • By intending to and causing serious physical injury to another person with a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument.
  • By causing an injury to a person, and possessing the intent to either disfigure another person seriously and permanently; or destroy, amputate, or permanently disable a member or organ of the person’s body.
  • By recklessly engaging in conduct that creates a grave risk of death to another, and the conduct also causes serious physical injury to a person under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life.
  • By causing serious physical injury to another while engaging in a felony clearly dangerous to human life (or during flight immediately after engaging in the felony), or while committing any of the following felonies: arson or attempted arson in the first degree; burglary in the first or second degree; escape in the first degree, kidnapping in the first degree; rape in the first degree; robbery in any degree; or sodomy in the first degree.
  • By causing serious bodily injury to another person with a motor vehicle, while driving under the influence of alcohol, a controlled substance, or a combination of the two.
Those are some pretty serious charges. Just why were these two students alone for any length of time? Still, teachers can't watch these little darlings 24/7. We're guessing the little perp may have taken lessons from some former teachers?


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