CRESTLINE, Ohio – A instructor and an aide at an Ohio school are on depart after a video was recorded of a 7-yr-previous child with autism being dragged through the school hallways.
It occurred again in May, after Corbin Kemle had reportedly misbehaved within the school playground.
Crestline Schools Superintendent Noreen Mullins advised WJW that the kindergarten instructor and the aide, seen within the video dragging the boy, have each been on paid administrative depart because the incident. The Crawford County Prosecutor’s Office won’t pursue felony costs towards them, however the two should face disciplinary measures.
Corbin’s mother, Bonnie McKean, posted surveillance video of what occurred on her Facebook web page this week.
“I am still in shock,” McKean told WJW. “They dragged him. It makes me ill.”
The surveillance video shows the child being dragged into the school and through a few of the school’s hallways. The video has over 90,000 views.
McKean plans to pursue fees in municipal courtroom and can also be contemplating a civil go well with.
Another mom within the school district, Tiffiny Ellenberger, has video of her 11-year-previous son allegedly being assaulted by a Crestline school custodian within the cafeteria in May. Mullins stated the custodian has since retired. A misdemeanor assault cost was filed towards that worker. His case was turned over to a courtroom diversion program.
Mullins stated all three staff didn’t have any prior issues. She stated she was involved when she noticed the video of each incidents.