School bus attack suspect, victim receive punishment - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

School bus attack suspect, victim receive punishment

Natasha Clark speaks with WSFA 12 News reporter Bryan Henry about the incident 10/21/08. Natasha Clark speaks with WSFA 12 News reporter Bryan Henry about the incident 10/21/08.

TUSKEGEE, AL (WSFA) - On Tuesday WSFA 12 News brought you the story of a school bus fight in Macon County where a girl was alleged to have attacked another student with a razor blade.

On Wednesday morning the suspect and the victim met again, this time in front of a hearing committee that was to determine their fate.

The mother of the suspect tells WSFA 12 News that her daughter was expelled from the Macon County School system after the hearing concluded.

The victim, 14-year-old Tyriahna Clark, was given eight weeks of alternative school.

Natasha Clark, the victim's mother, claims her daughter was slashed with a razor blade in the jaw and around the neck by the other girl while they were riding on a county-owned school bus.

A police report showed the fight occurred shortly after the bus left Booker T. Washington High School.

The mother of the suspect, disputed the charges saying her daughter was an honor student at the school and was not a troublemaker.

 

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