Student expelled from Waukesha North High School returns to attack 16-year-old student
WAUKESHA COUNTY, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A Waukesha North High School student who was expelled from school after threatening students returned to the school on Monday to attack another student.
Darius Marshall, 17, faces charges of Physical Abuse of a Child - Intentionally Cause Bodily Harm.
According to the criminal complaint, officers were dispatched to the school on Monday to investigate a report of a battery.
The victim told police he was in the main lobby near the gym and could see someone sitting behind the reception desk wearing a blue hoodie with the hoodie up. The victim said that as he walked by he heard his name being called. When he turned around to look, he could see the person in the hoodie charging at him. He recognized the person as Marshall.
According to the victim, Marshall punched and kicked him several times.
A staff member was able to intervene and pull Marshall off of him.
Officers spoke with Marshall who said that his sister told him the victim was making fun of her.
Marshall admitted to punching and kicking the victim in the back of the head and face.
The victim told police that that approximately one year prior, Marshall had jumped him and threatened to kill him. As a result, Marshall was expelled from the school and was on the no trespass list.
Marshall had also been accused of attacking other students in the past.