Crayola Cop Doesn’t Pull Any Punches
He Pulls His Firearm
Clark County School District Employee drew his weapon on a 15-year-old student after the student punched him according CCSD reports. The CCSD employee was a member of the districts independant police agency.
According to the Las Vegas Sun, Green Valley High School administrators broke up a cafeteria fight between two students around noon noon on February 28th. One of the students involved in the fight fled campus and returned about 20 minutes later. At hat point he he was confronted by an administrator and school police officer assigned to the campus.
According to acting Clark County Schools Police Chief James Ketsaa, the student hit the officer and made verbal threats, provoking the officer to draw his gun in order to take the student into custody. The student fled the scene, but was later taken into custody at his Henderson home by school police without further incident.