N. Charleston Substitute Teacher Charged With Assault

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) - Police in North Charleston have charged a substitute teacher who is also a police officer with shoving a student.

Police Chief Scott Deckard says 25-year-old Brandon Moses is being charged with third-degree assault and battery. Moses is also a Charleston police officer.

A police report says there was a confrontation between Moses and a 14-year-old student late last week at the Daniel Jenkins Creative Learning Center.

Moses said the student ignored several requests to give him a basketball after a physical education class and instead threw the ball to another student.

It was not clear if Moses has an attorney.


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