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T-U Bus Ramp Fight Leads to Arrest of Four Juveniles



On Thursday April 18 2024 at approximately 3:15pm there  was a fight at the bus ramp of Upson Lee High School as school was releasing for the day. There was a school resource Deputy on scene who immediately intervened  and attempted to break up the fight. The deputy was assisted by school staff and other deputies were called to assist. Eight people were arrested. Four individuals were over 17 years old and have been charged as adults. Four others were less than 17 years old and have been referred to juvenile court.

 

Those charged as adults are identified as:


Jaquan Lamar Alston - Inciting a Riot, Affray, two counts Simple Battery, Obstruction of an Officer, Disrupting Operations of Public School

Ja’Den Artez Raines - Inciting a Riot, Affray, three counts Simple Battery, Obstructing an Officer,  Disrupting Operations of Public School

Zyon Ke’Shawn Dubinion - Inciting a Riot, Affray, Simple Battery, Disrupting Operations of Public School

Brandon Nicholas Fletcher - Inciting a Riot, Affray, Simple Battery, Disrupting Operations of Public School

 

Others referred to juvenile court are:

Juvenile 16 - Inciting a Riot, Affray, Simple Battery, Disrupting Operations of Public School

Juvenile 15 - Inciting a Riot, Affray, two counts Simple Battery, Disrupting Operations of Public School

Juvenile 15 - Inciting a Riot, Affray, Simple Battery, Disrupting Operations of Public School

Juvenile 14 - Inciting a Riot, Affray, Simple Battery, Disrupting Operations of Public School

 

School safety is of great importance and behavior of this nature will not be tolerated. Those assaulting others and disrupting our schools will be prosecuted.

 

This investigation is active and ongoing.

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