Two sisters and mother fight with school resource officer at Fivay High School

1:23 PM, Sep 6, 2012   |    comments
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Hudson, Florida -- A student, her sister, and her mother all face battery charges against a law enforcement officer after he was attacked in the high school's hallway.

The officer reported he was standing in the hallway outside his office at Fivay High School when the female student shoved him in the chest. When she tried to "push through him," he grabbed her arms. That's when her mother reportedly walked into the hallway and grabbed the deputy's arms and shirt. 

While the officer tried to arrest the student, the girl's mother continued to "punch, push and grab the deputy" who was then joined by the student's sister. As the girl's mother and sister were held back by school staff, the student reportedly continued to fight with the deputy, who said he was forced to Taser the student to get her to stop fighting.

The deputy said the student's violent actions caused a large disruption on the school's campus, resulting in the student services hallway to be shut down and the students to be evacuated from the area.

The student's sister, 16, was charged with Battery on a School Official, after she reportedly bit and scratched Assistant Principal Erik Hermansen in the incident. She was also charged with Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Resisting Arrest with Violence and Disturbing School Assemblies.

The student's mother, Narci Vazquez-Carillo, was charged with Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Resisting Arrest with Violence and Disturbing School Assemblies.

The 16-year-old student was charged with Battery on a Law Enforcement Officer, Resisting Arrest with Violence and Disturbing School Assemblies.

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