Three Adults, Two Students Attack Freshman Student in McCluer North Cafeteria

The attackers were arrested and are facing charges including trespassing, property damage and assault.

Three women who went into McCluer North High School to pick up a female relative for lunch were in police custody Thursday after joining in on an altercation that broke out in the school’s cafeteria, according to a report from KMOV.

Jasmine Boyland, Ciera Hutson and Patricia Clark were reportedly inside the school after having signed in through the McCluer North office, following proper procedures and not arousing suspicion with the security officer.

When their relative got into a fight with a fellow student, a female freshman, the women jumped into the brawl.

School officials told KMOV that the security footage showed five attackers, including three adults and two students, all assaulting the freshman.

After officials broke up the fight, two adults and both students were arrested on the scene, and after reviewing the security footage, administrators asked police to charge the third adult as well.

Boyland, Hutson and Clark are charged with assault, trespassing and property damage, while the students are charged with assault and property damage. Police are investigating the incident to find out whether the attack was planned. The victim suffered minor injuries.

JD February 05, 2013 at 12:27 PM
What the hell is wrong with people today?
Faye Mason February 05, 2013 at 02:24 PM
I'm glad they're behinds got arrested, they had no business on school grounds doing that mess. And if i'm not mistaken I know one of the adults who got arrested and she's nothing but a trouble maker anyway, she needs to be taking care of those kids ahe got and teach them right from wrong. But I guess went your ignorant as# hell how can you teach anybody anything. OH GHETTO AS# FEMALES MAKE ME SICK.
Erika Malone February 05, 2013 at 02:26 PM
@ JD Right! It is a sad day when adults no longer conduct themselves as adults. These women are setting bad examples for our youth in addition to falling in line with the catty behavior seen on a lot of the tacky "UN reality shows" that have taken over television. It is a sad day indeed!
Tonya Whitener February 05, 2013 at 03:51 PM
You are so right @ Faye
debbmig February 09, 2013 at 06:41 PM
I thought they reported this as having happened in st charles? Did it happen at both schools?


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