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Re: Lincoln High School: Teen assault results in classroom arrests
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JC is a tough city, but fights happen in schools across America and there really is no way to 100% prevent them. I'm just glad there were no weapons involved.

Posted on: 2007/12/8 17:15
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Savages! These individuals should not be permitted to reproduce. But finally, Epp's name will become known and associated with the trash that he represents! Shame. Shame on you!

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Teen assault results in classroom arrests

Saturday, December 08, 2007
By MICHAELANGELO CONTE
JOURNAL STAFF WRITER

A 14-year-old girl and 14-year-old boy have been charged with aggravated assault after kicking a fellow student multiple times in the face during an attack at the Charles T. Epps Jr. Freshman Academy at Lincoln High School Thursday, officials said.

The Pine Street girl and Bramhall Avenue boy are charged with viciously beating the 14-year-old victim by knocking him down and kicking him in the face many times, police said.

The victim suffered an eye injury during the afternoon assault and was taken to the Jersey City Medical Center for treatment, police said. Officers went to the classrooms of the two alleged attackers and arrested them, police said. The girl complained of a bump on her forehead and a headache as a result of the altercation and she was taken to the Medical Center as well.

The two teens charged were booked and handed over to the Hudson County Youth House in Secaucus, according to police.

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