Nine students were arrested following a food fight at a Henry County high school, and more students could face charges, the school district said Monday.
Administrators at Ola High School in McDonough were aware of the plans for the food fight and warned students of the possible consequences, John Hardin, school spokesman, told Channel 2 Action News.
But on Friday, the fight took place in the school’s cafeteria anyway. One student was injured during the fracas and the cafeteria was damaged, Hardin said.
Nathan Brunnert, Whitney Camp, Jimmy Dobson, Devin Graziani and Courtney Striplin were arrested, in addition to four juveniles, whose names were not released.
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