Montgomery, Al. (WSFA) -- WSFA 12 News is following the latest developements after a Montgomery police officer and a student at Jefferson Davis High School were tased by the officer's stun gun.
Details are sketchy at this time, but this is what we know.
The police officer, who was assigned to the school, responded to a fight between two girls that broke out behind the school.
The JDHS student is 16-years old, the other girl is 19-years old and is not a JDHS student.
The officer had his tasergun out in an effort to break up the fight when several people jumped on his back.
The taser went off, subsequently striking the officer. A secondary charge hit the 16-year old girl.
Both the officer and the girl were treated on the scene. The officer's injuries were not considered serious.
The girl was later transported to a local hospital for precautionary reasons, though medics report they were unable to find any injuries on her.
The 16-year old girl is now charged with harassment and disorderly conduct while the 19-year old is custody charged with harassment.