Friday, October 2, 2009
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Gwinnett Daily Post
LAWRENCEVILLE - Gwinnett County Public Schools police were busy Wednesday, arresting three students in separate incidents at area high schools.
At Archer High School, a school resource officer was reportedly helping the assistant principal with an "unruly female student" when the student's older brother, 17-year-old Lesly Charlot, stepped in.
Police said Charlot cursed and wrapped his arms around his sister, refusing to back away. The officer said he warned the teen before arresting him for obstructing a law enforcement officer. Jail records show Charlot was also booked into the Gwinnett County Jail for disrupting a public school. He has been released on $1,300 bond.
At South Gwinnett High School, Justin Christopher Bradley, 18, was arrested after reportedly failing to follow instructions. According to a school system spokesman, an administrator called the resource officer after Bradley refused to leave a particular area of the campus.
Bradley was charged with disrupting school and released on $1,300 bond.
Justin Orlando Kongquee, of Suwanee, was charged with affray and disrupting a school in an alleged incident at North Gwinnett High School.
An incident report was not available Thursday, but Georgia law defines affray as "the fighting of two or more persons in some public place to the disturbance of the public tranquility."
Kongquee remained jailed Thursday night on $4,800 bond. Records show he is on bond for a July 20 arrest in which he was charged with giving a false name and obstructing an officer.