Facts of the Case: On March 17, 1980, a 14 year-old student and her classmate in Piscataway Township High School had gotten caught smoking cigarettes in the public school bathroom by a teacher. This violated the school rule. The teacher took them to Theodore Choplick, the assistant principal’s office. The assistant principal then questioned girls about smoking in the bathroom. One girl admitted to smoking. However, one female denied that they had been smoking at all. The assistant principal requested that he look into the student’s purse. He then found a pack of cigarettes, rolling papers, a pipe, marijuana, substantial amounts of
This officer spoke with juvenile #2 who was not under arrest at this point in time. Juvenile #2 advised he received a call from Juvenile #3 stating juvenile #1 had been spreading rumors about her and had assaulted her. Juvenile #2 admitted to being in a relationship with juvenile #3. Juvenile #2 decided it was his responsibility to stand up for his girlfriend and called of a ride. Juvenile #2 stated a friend gave him a ride from Hobart to Griffith. Juvenile #2 spoke with juvenile #3 and decided the best option was to go to juvenile #1'd residence and speak with his
“The victim was standing at the front door of the school entrance when the suspect and her mother attempted to open the door. The victim would not open the door, according to school policy. Suspect and mother cursed the victim. Suspect then began punching the victim in the face numerous times. The victim received bruises and scratches to the face. All of these events occurred while school was in session and disrupted the daily business of
In 1980, at Piscataway Township High School, 14-year-old T.L.O. and a peer were caught smoking cigarettes in a school restroom which violated school rules. The two violators were taken to the Assistant Vice Principal’s office where one student confessed to smoking while the other, T.L.O., denied the allegation. The Assistant Vice Principal demanded T.L.O to hand over her purse where he found cigarette papers, cigarettes, a pipe, marijuana, a list of students who owed T.L.O., and a large amount of money. The school authorities contacted T.L.O.’s mother who then brought T.L.O. to turn herself in; she eventually confessed to having sold marijuana on school grounds. Juvenile delinquency charges were brought upon T.L.O. in the Juvenile and Domestic
She had been accused of smoking a cigarettes which was not the case. She had her possessing taken away from the principal including her bag and everything in it. As said in the fourth amendment “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants”. The principal had no warrant to check her bag even if it was on school ground because that’s her business and her property. Her rights have been violated and because of the unreasonable searches and seizures which violates the exclusionary rule. By going through with the charges you the government have showed that humans have been lied to and we don’t have rights in the end. Rules were made to keep justice and not to break. If she is being given a punishment it will not only go against the exclusionary act but also show the state as
On 01/26/2017, I spoke with Sherra Stevanus in the District II Lobby of the Pasco Sheriff`s Office in reference to a forged check. Ms. Stevanus advised her Suncoast Schools Federal Credit Union check # 1370, that she wrote to Christa Maida on 09/26/2014, in the amount of $100.00 has been duplicated, the date altered to 09/26/17, amount changed to $900.00 and cashed again by Christa Maida on 01/25/2017.
The facts of the case are as follows: T.L.O was a fourteen-year-old female at a high school in New Jersey. A teacher caught another student and T.L.O smoking cigarettes in the bathroom of the school. This was against school rules. The teacher brought both girls to the Principal who probed both of them. One girl admitted to smoking in the bathroom and T.L.O denied the accusations. The Principal accused T.L.O of lying to him and forced her to open her purse and search through her things. Once the principal opened her purse he found cigarettes, cigarette-rolling paper. The principal knew that rolling paper
Client Michael R was picked up at Silver Saddle bus stop at 6:45am in transit to Sinagua Middle School, he got off route 11 to waits 20 minutes for route 88 which is his transfer bus to Summit High School. While waiting for his transfer bus he was approached by another student that confronted him about a situation that transpired with Michael and another student that goes to Sinagua. Student made threats to Michael’s family and Michael attacked the other student. Silver Saddle was contacted by assistant principle Mr. Howard who informed staff of the situation and that Michael refused medical care. Michael was picked up at Summit high school due to suspension and he request to press charges on student. Staff contacted non emergency to inform
At approximately 15:23 hours I arrived at Mulvane Grade School located at 411 SE Lewis Drive, Mulvane, Sedgwick County Kansas. I located Deputy Corley in the principals office speaking with a young child. I stepped into the room and sat down. Deputy Corley had already spoke with the male and needed to step out of the room to speak with the principal and school counselor. I sat in the room the the juvenile who was identified to me as Todd Emil Dick.
The above resident stated that on 7/23//15 around 5:00 am she opened her bag to look for a friend's number. She had an envelope that contains approximately $500. When she opened the envelope she realized her money was missing.
I responded to Wells Fargo in reference to a juvenile problem. Upon arrival, I made contact with Kimberly Bradley. Kimberly advised that her 10 year old daughter(Thomiya Bradley) ran down to Sunny Beauty Supply without her permission. Upon my arrival, Thomiya pulled back up with her sister. Thomiya was gicen advice about the consequence that could happen if she keeps being disobedient.
I’ll tell you what we will prove. We will prove that Andrew Madison was hanging around at the school building after school hours on wednesday, November 27, 2002 at about 3:30 PM with Jamie Lincoln. While Officer Bates and Major were patrolling the area, Officer Bates then spotted the boys, Andrew and Jamie then approach them asking if they were students in the school and if they can see identification proving if they attended the school. When the boys Andrew and Jamie didn’t respond, Officer Bates told them that they are violating district law on disorderly conduct and asked them to leave. As Officer Bates tells them to leave the school premises Andrew slowly reached into his pocket, soon to be a pocket knife. Officer than took action trying to take it away. While trying, Andrew than refuses and cut both him and Officer Bates with the knife. Do to the fact that Andrew assaulted the Officer in violation. He is now charged with assaulting an officer in violation of DJ Code 32-9, assault and battery in violation of DJ Code 32-8, and disorderly conduct in violation of DJ Code 41-1231.
Today a teacher caught Gavin in the Kindergartners' backpacks. I am not sure if he took anything. It was during the time after specials and before he got on the bus. Also today he go on check from Mrs. Litz. for talking out of turn. In my class we had no problems, but during our reading time at the end of the day he would not read.
Principal Wright interviewed Mrs. Concerned and received a statement in regards how she gained knowledge of a school-based field trip and information regarding fundraising procedures on an online social networking site. Secondly, Principal Wright worked closely with Human Resource Manager, to ensure personnel policies were adequately followed. Thirdly, Principal Wright took a leading role in communicating with the community on the alleged scam surrounding the “proposed field
On 09/06/16 I AP Associate Vanessa McClary was asked by APC Adam Saunder to review video for a key entered EFT transaction where gift cards where purchase for the total amount of $307.31 on the date of 09/05/16 in store 648 at approx. 2:33 pm on register 31. While reviewing video of this transaction I observed Service Desk Associate Michelle Tullo assisting a customer at the service desk. During this transaction I took notice of the fact that Mrs. Tullo had two gift cards in her possession along with two receipts. Throughout this transaction I observed Mrs. Tullo swiping both of the gift cards and referring back to both of the receipts. Mrs. Tullo then handed one of the gift cards to the customer that she was assisting. During this transaction