A parent wanted to have lunch with her son at Colt Andrews School recently, prompting an unexpected response from the principal.
Bristol police investigated a complaint alleging that a teacher’s aide assaulted a student there. Police found no criminal actions in the case.
Police did not bring charges against a teacher’s aide at Colt Andrews School in Bristol after the mother of a student there complained to police that her son was assaulted while at school.
On Friday, Jan. 18, the mother of an eight-year-old student at Colt Andrews School filed a report claiming that a teacher’s aide grabbed her son, a student at the school, by the wrist, causing him to drop a toy he was holding.
Police investigated the allegations and reportedly found that the boy was not injured during the incident and there was no malicious intent or undue actions used by the staff. According to police, the case has been closed.