|7/9/2015 4:07:00 PM|
PSLO keeps busy in last half of school year
|Chilton School District Police Liaison Officer Jacob Meyer presented his third and fourth quarter reports to the Board of Education during the June meeting of the board.|
Meyer reported truancy issues to be low during the third quarter but disturbances considerably high. "There were multiple juvenile arrests made due to these incidents," Meyer said, explaining the nature of the incidents to include inappropriate sexual content to physical aggression in the classroom.
"Third quarter was very active with calls for services, especially in the month of March," Meyer said. "There were a total of four juvenile arrests during the third quarter which is the highest number of arrests to take place during any quarter so far since the 2013-2014 school year."
Meyer noted one Crimestoppers payout during the third quarter. The $50 payout was for an anonymous text-a-tip which included an incident with felony charges.
(Please see the July 9 issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)
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