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Portsmouth police bring charges after alleged Hathaway school assault | #hacking | #aihp

Two incidents at Portsmouth’s Hathaway Elementary School in recent weeks have necessitated police involvement, and one has led to charges against multiple minors enrolled in the public school system. Both incidents took place on weekends, on school grounds but outside of school hours.

In an email to update to parents in the district, Portsmouth Superintendent Tom Kenworthy explained, “During the weekend of May 6th, a student was assaulted by a group of other students. All of the individuals involved in this incident have been identified and a Portsmouth Police Department investigation is ongoing.”

WPRI later reported the Portsmouth Police Department had brought charges against some of the students involved in the assault, which the police characterized in a quote to WPRI as one 15-year-old student being “dragged on the ground, punched and kicked” by a group of other students.

The victim’s mother told WPRI the attack left her son with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a concussion, and a ruptured ear drum that may require surgery. She also said her son had entered the district in fifth grade, but was no longer enrolled in the Portsmouth Public School system. She said her son had been bullied since arriving in Portsmouth.

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