HERNANDO COUNTY, Fla. – A teacher in Hernando County, Florida, has been arrested after pushing a female teacher in his classroom.
On Friday at 7:15 a.m., the School Resource Deputy at Central High School, Hernando County Deputy Julio Escoda, was advised of a Battery that had just occurred, between two staff members, on the school campus.
Deputy Escoda responded to the area and met with the victim, a female educator.
The victim told deputies that she was having a conversation with another educator, later identified as the suspect, Michael Anthony DeJesus, in a classroom on the campus.
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The conversation became heated, deputies say.
DeJesus yelled at the victim to “Get the **** out of my room.”
Deputies say that DeJesus then walked over to the victim and pushed the woman in her upper chest area, causing her to step back two to three feet. DeJesus then left the campus and went home.
Deputies responded to DeJesus’ residence. While being interviewed, DeJesus admitted to pushing the victim, as he was upset with her.
DeJesus was arrested for Felony Battery and booked into the Hernando County Detention Center with a bond of $2,000.
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