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Incident No. 524
Browne Junior High School
850 26th St. NE
Nov. 1, 2004, 10:35 a.m.
A male student was in room #207 when persons unknown struck him in the back of the head with a chair. The student sustained a gash in the back of the head. Ambulance #10 responded and transported the student to Washington Hospital Center. The school-assigned Metropolitan Police Department officer did not complete a report. No suspects, witnesses or other leads at this time. The principal stated that a teacher had left the classroom unattended during the assault and would like an investigation conducted. Administrative action is pending at this time.
Incident No. 485
Hendley Elementary School
425 Chesapeake St. SE
Oct. 27, 2004, 9:19 a.m.
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Since the beginning of the school year, four male suspects usually punch and kick a male student in the face, abdominal, and private part. They also take the student’s lunch and sometimes throw it in the trashcan. The suspects also take the students eyeglasses. It is unknown at this time if the student sustained injuries due to the assaults. The suspects each received a 1-day suspension. The student’s mother was unhappy with the disciplinary action and filed a report with MPD. MPD completed a report.
Incident No. 631
Fletcher-Johnson Educational Center
4650 Benning Road SE
Nov. 16, 2004, 2:57 p.m.
On November 15, 2004 at approximately 7:30 p.m., a female special education student placed a letter between the doorknob and door on a female security [guard’s] apartment door. The letter read as follows: “You are going to die in 3 days.” The letter also contained lots of profanity and other threats. Another special education student informed the security [guard] that she observed the [other student] running from the floor of her apartment complex. The school-assigned MPD officer completed a report. The student struck the [guard] on the face with a battery on November 5, 2004. Administrative action is pending at this time.
* Minor edits have been made for clarity.