A student was hit in the face with a chair during an altercation at a Memphis high school, according to a police report obtained by FOX13.
The incident happened Friday at Craigmont High School.
A teacher told police he saw the suspect upset in the hallway, so he pulled her into a classroom. While the teacher was talking to the two students, a male and a female, the suspect go upset, according to a police report.
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She allegedly picked up a chair and hit the male student in the face. He had a cut on his forehead and swelling on his lip, police said.
The victim was treated by a school nurse.
The suspect was charged with aggravated assault and taken to juvenile court. She was suspended for 180 days.
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