Food Fight Charges

May 28, 2014 by  

Food Fight Charges, Disciplinary action had not been decided as of press time Tuesday for students involved in a food-fight prank by some seniors that resulted in damage to cafeteria ceiling tiles at Wilson Central High School this past Friday.

Officials at Wilson County Schools Central Office said they could not comment on possible punishment facing the students as no decision had been made yet. It was possible that the students involved may not be allowed to walk the line with their fellow students during graduation ceremonies to be held Saturday, May 31, at Belmont University in Nashville.

In the meantime, four 18-year-old students and four juveniles have been charged with vandalism and disorderly conduct for the damage that occurred during the incident, said Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan. He added that authorities are still reviewing the surveillance footage from the school and that more charges could follow.

“We issued misdemeanor citations and released them to their parents. They will have a court date sometime next month,” he said.

Bryan continued that the food fight prank was initiated by 8 to 10 senior students and that it is not a reflection of Wilson Central High School. “They are the ones who started it, and for the most part the rest of the students didn’t get involved.”

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