Student arrested for allegedly hitting teacher at Caroline High School

Posted on Thursday, December 5, 2013 at 11:49 am

The Caroline County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) charged a 16-year-old Caroline High School student with assault and battery of a teacher on Nov. 21.

The juvenile was also charged with disorderly conduct. The CCSO does not identify victims of assault, Sheriff Tony Lippa said.

The Sheriff’s Office also made the following arrests for the week ending Nov. 23:

° Jeremy R. Toney, 21, of Ruther Glen, and charged with driving under the influence.

° David W. Swisher, 29, of Ruther Glen, drunk in public.

° Lisa M. Swisher, 27, of Milford, driving under the influence of drugs and improper left turn.

° Ashley M. Call, 26, and Mitchell J. McKinney, 24, both of Ruther Glen, grand larceny, larceny with intent to sell, and conspiracy.

° Brandon M. Minns, 20, of Bowling Green, indecent exposure.

According to Sheriff Tony Lippa, Caroline deputies made one drug arrest, two DUI arrests, two domestic violence arrests, 46 other criminal arrests and issued 16 animal control summons or arrests during the past week.  The deputies served 367 civil papers, issued 190 traffic summonses, handled 26 motor vehicle crashes, responded to 42 alarm calls, and dealt with five juvenile offenders.

The CCSO Communications Center dispatched 546 calls for service and handled 1,459 telephone inquiries.  The CCSO also logged 31 calls assisting outside agencies and had 548 self-initiated calls.

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