Why 9-Year-Old Boy With Autism Got Arrested at School

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The parents of the 9-year-old who was arrested in August after fighting another student and striking a teacher are speaking out. Cops were called after fourth grader Devin Shepherd got into a fight with a classmate during recess at Needham Elementary School in Franklin, Ind. When a teacher intervened, Devin hit the teacher. The boy’s father recorded the heartbreaking scene. “Just chill out buddy. You’re leaving with me. I promise you,” the father told his son as he was being arrested.

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steve hale says:

these severely challenged children SHOULD NOT BE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS. they need to bring back institutions for these kids. they disrupt classes and make regular schools unsafe.

Red FoxR says:

Bro I got in a fight and this kid tried poking my eyes out no joke and he didn’t get in any trouble smh

Jordan DeBlasis says:

That’s disgusting

Stakker Humanoid says:

Maybe the boy will remember that and it might save him from a long stretch in prison when he's older.

Roo chan says:

A nine year old boy. In handcuffs.
If someone is mad they're gonna lash out. Not to mention he's young

Kamya Jariwala says:

Last year a kid brought in wine and tricked people into drinking it and thwy did get arrested just suspended

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Bönzeaux Bleügreen says:

So the kid says he was being bullied and everyone just takes his word for it. News flash: kids lie. He might have BEEN the bully. I think I’ll believe the teachers over this kid.

David Hožič says:

The school should of been charged for wasting the time pf the policd

iiGalaxy robloxian says:

WTF! a child!

Inhaling Seagull says:

Tyler-1 in school

Salam Hamza says:

Welcome to the u.s.a

Nzym Dwell says:

feds wonder why kids growing up hate them 😂

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