Special needs teen accused of attacking staffer at Worcester collaborative facing charges – Boston News, Weather, Sports
WORCESTER, MASS. (WHDH) – A student at a special education school in Worcester is facing criminal charges after police say she attacked a staff member.
Worcester police were called to the Central Massachusetts Collaborative Wednesday morning after receiving reports that a 16-year old girl came in upset and got physically aggressive with a staffer, according to the chairperson of the school’s board of directors.
The victim was treated on the scene by EMS and the chairperson says she was taken to a hospital for evaluation.
Police say the 16-year old used her foot in the attack. She has been arrested and will face charges for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon as well as malicious destruction of property.
The Central Massachusetts Collaborative is a school that provides educational, clinical and therapeutic services to students from Worcester, Webster and Oxford.
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