2 Lakewood High School Students Arrested for Assaulting Police Officer

lhs arrest 11-13-13 2PHOTOS: Two Lakewood High School students were arrested this afternoon for assaulting a police officer, TLS has learned.

Shortly after 2 PM, police responded to the High School to deal with a disorderly party on a bus, when another student decided to get involved, an official  tells TLS.

When officers attempted to arrest the second student for disorderly conduct, the student shoved the police officer, the official says. He was quickly placed under arrest by the other officers.

lhs arrest 11-13-13While police were arresting the student, a sister of the one arrested also shoved one of the police officers. She too was placed under arrest, the official said.

The students were 15 and 16 years old.

They were transported to Police headquarters where they were charged with Assault on a Police Officer and with Resisting Arrest. They were then released to their parents. [TLS-CCP/TLS-46/108]

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15 COMMENTS

  1. One sec… no guns no knifes…

    I get it… Students are stronger than police…


    No one should raise a finger. In Jewish law it is considered to be a “Rasha” – Evil person

  2. Good news everyone. This is where the Board of Ed moved its offices to. Isn’t that lovely? Our school administrators now must put their lives in danger to have a meeting, submit or pick up paperwork or attend hearings. Mothers who wish to visit the BOE to advocate for their childs needs will also face this enviroment. And don’t rely on the police protection, as you can see it is just one shove away from being overrun, and this is without any weapons. Brilliant move! Way to go.

  3. This world is ridiculous , any person touches a cop even if its a little push they get 20 years to life but its ok for a cop to body slam a student under age just because the cop wanna show off .

  4. Great story: Im glad no officers got hurt. Im glad the kids were arrested & hopefully the kids will learn a lesson. But, mostly, Im Glad you & I have the priviledge of payong $25,000 a year, per child, to educate these kind, well behaved, people.

  5. Relax. So a few kids got out of hand. This is how they learn to never mess with the law. They are not evil, so please take religion off of the subject. No administrator is IN DANGER so please shut that comment down. Police did there job, arrested the disorderly kids and lesson learned. The other students on the bus can learn from their classmate’s mistakes. They are still young. It”s a learning experience.

  6. Children like these have no respect for anyone. They are not an isolated group. Boys of this age from ALL of the community think they can disrespect people, their property and authority. There are two sets of laws in that community. Why did they let them go, because their parents take the place of the Rabbi.

  7. LOL! I think you’re getting confused. “Lakewood High School” refers to the public school. I doubt there is a “Rabbi” in the picture.

    Don’t want to make you feel bad that you can’t blame the Jews, but it is what it is.

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