Fulton Students Charged After Classroom Incident
By West Kentucky Star Staff
FULTON - Two students in the Fulton Independent School System were cited after an incident on Friday.

KYTN reported that according to Fulton police, officers were called to the school to investigate a complaint of concern for staff members and students.

Police said student written statements indicated that two female students arrived back from choir class, with one of those student cursing at a teacher and students.

At the end of class, reports said a third student stated that “snitches get stitches”, and another stated “snitches also get bullet holes”.

One of the female juveniles was charged with third degree terroristic threatening and second degree disorderly conduct, while the other female juvenile was charged with abuse of a teacher and second degree disorderly conduct.

Police reports said both students were cited and released to their legal guardians.

Published 06:30 PM, Friday Jan. 11, 2019
Updated 05:55 PM, Friday Jan. 11, 2019

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