A Beaufort charter school and a University of South Carolina Beaufort campus were put on alert Wednesday after a fight that might have involved a gun broke out nearby. Bridges Preparatory School at 1100 Boundary St. was on modified lockdown after two men fought over what appeared to be a sawed-off shotgun at a residence [...]

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TTAPR on September 20th, 2014

As Bastrop High School students made their way to school on Thursday morning, their routine was interrupted by chaos and panic. A student was rushed to the hospital and another taken into police custody following a stabbing on campus. “All I hear over the bus intercom is that school is on lockdown,” said Samantha Patterson, [...]

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Toledo News Now, Breaking News, Weather, Sports, Toledo Sisters Jericah and Jayla Holloway are beat up and bruised. “I dislocated my shoulder,” Jericah said. All because of a fight on their school bus Monday afternoon as they headed home from Cordova High School. Things got heated when Jericah and a 15-year-old boy exchanged words. “He [...]

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An altercation between seven teenage students in Reston resulted in a heavy police presence around Roundleaf Court and Becontree Lane early Tuesday morning. According to Fairfax County Police, officers responded to a report of an altercation in the 1400 block of Roundleaf Court around 6:45 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15. Some of the participants in the [...]

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A deadly “game” called “Knockout” is crossing the nation, in which they try to punch a randomly-selected person walking by on the street so hard with one blow that knocks them unconscious—but the results have sometime proven fatal. In the New York area in particular, there also seems to be an anti-Semitic motivation to some [...]

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TTAPR on June 5th, 2013

Every state has a law on protecting a person’s right to act in defense of self and others.  The constitution has 3 amendments dedicated to this right, the 2nd, 5th and 14th amendments. In contrast to the foundations upon which this country was built, schools, through i.e. zero tolerance policies and/or the subrogation of the rights of the individual/student are punishing [...]

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TTAPR on May 31st, 2013

We just got this comment from a teacher in response to our series on citizens being falsely accused and targeted.  After reading the comment, we felt that it deserved its own post. There is another site: www.whitechalkcrime.com dedicated to exposing teacher abuse. Without further ado here is the comment that turned into a post: Thank [...]

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TTAPR on February 6th, 2013

Violent Groups Of Teens Leave NYC Businesses In Ruins After OCFS/ACS Agree to Release Youth Closer to Home Violent, thieving mobs have hit New York City.  This is happening the same time OCFS is downsizing their facilities, and shipping NYC youth closer to home. In 2001 there were 2,229 youth admitted to 19 juvenile facilities [...]

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Police in St. Louis say a part-time student entered the  Stevens Institute of Business & Arts this afternoon and promptly shot a longtime administrator in the chest before turning the handgun on himself. The victim, in his 40s, is said to be one of the college’s financial advisors. St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson would [...]

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Violence is on the rise in New York’s juvenile detention centers. The statistics and costs to staff and resident’s health and safety and to taxpayers are astounding. Records show that violent incidents have increased more than fivefold over the past five years. In 2007, 52 assaults were documented in the state’s four secure centers; the number [...]

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