Wednesday, December 9, 2009
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LOGANVILLE -- A Grayson High School student is facing several charges, including two felonies, after an apparent domestic incident Wednesday on school grounds.
Police have charged 18-year-old Charles Bailey with criminal trespass, terroristic threats, obstructing an officer, disrupting school and battery in the morning incident.
According to reports, Bailey "caused a fight" with his 30-year-old guardian that caused visible bruising and swelling. Police said Bailey then kicked out the passenger-side window of the victim's 1992 Honda Accord and damaged the rearview mirror, windshield and dashboard.
A school resource officer said Bailey was "very violent" and approached her, once cuffed, in "an aggressive manner."
The charge of terroristic threats stems from Bailey allegedly telling the officer that if he had a gun, he would "go into the office and take care of everyone at his residence or (the Division of Family and Children Services)."
A preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday morning.
Bailey remains in jail on $6,500 bond, jail records show.