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According to his father Trevor, Abraham Hibbert walked away from Endeavor Middle School in Lancaster on Monday after kicking a school worker while being held

The father of an 11-year-old boy with autism boy hit civil servants from his California high school after being in the middle of a & # 39; meltdown & # 39; was allowed to run away from the campus, so that he was enthralled by a patrol car.

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According to his father Trevor, Abraham Hibbert walked away from Endeavor Middle School in Lancaster on Monday after kicking a school employee while being held.

In a state of hectic emotion, Abraham was able to get more than a mile away from the campus before he was noticed by officers from the Sheriff's Department of Los Angeles County.

"What would have happened to my little boy if, before the police arrived, he would step into the wrong place in a molten state or walk into the street and be hit by a car?" Trevor said ABC7.

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According to his father Trevor, Abraham Hibbert walked away from Endeavor Middle School in Lancaster on Monday after kicking a school worker while being held

In a state of uncontrollable emotion, Abraham was able to get more than a mile away from the campus before he was noticed by officers from the Sheriff's Department of Los Angeles County

In a state of uncontrollable emotion, Abraham was able to get more than a mile away from the campus before he was noticed by officers from the Sheriff's Department of Los Angeles County

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According to his father Trevor, Abraham Hibbert walked away from Endeavor Middle School in Lancaster on Monday after kicking a school employee while being held. In a state of uncontrollable emotion, Abraham was able to get more than a mile away from the campus before he was noticed by officers from the Sheriff's Department of Los Angeles County

¿What would have happened to my little boy if, before the police arrived, if they were in a molten state, they would step in the wrong place or walk into the street and be hit by a car ?, ¿Trevor asked

¿What would have happened to my little boy if, before the police arrived, if they were in a molten state, they would step in the wrong place or walk into the street and be hit by a car ?, ¿Trevor asked

"What would have happened to my little boy if, before the police arrived, in a molten state, they would step in the wrong place or walk into the street and be hit by a car?" Trevor asked

Video made by Trevor shows the boy in handcuffs at the back of a sheriff's patrol car, noticeably sad.

While Trevor thanked the sheriff's department for their & # 39; excellent & # 39; To keep his son safe and as calm as possible until he arrived, the dissatisfied father accused the school of allowing his son to run away in such circumstances.

& # 39; This is what happens to an 11-year-old, especially needy, severely autistic child when he is beaten up and able to move from the Lancaster School District, the & # 39; secure & # 39; campus of the Endeavor Middle School, & # 39; said Trevor in a Facebook post. this is the third time that his son has been able to leave school for three weeks.

One of the previous cases led him to be tied to a stretcher and forced to be taken by ambulance to a psychiatric hospital for involuntary detention.

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Trevor also accuses the school of a & # 39; gross failure & # 39; to get used to the special individual needs of his son.

"Thank goodness our sheriff & # 39; s department was there to clean up your mess, but the damage was done," he continued, later accusing Principle Arnold-Dehay who put "years of progress" back into Abraham's development, which he believes that is 'irreparable'.

While Trevor thanked the sheriff's department for their "excellent" work to keep his son safe and as calm as possible until he could come, the dissatisfied father blamed the school for allowing his son to stay in such circumstances walk away.

While Trevor thanked the sheriff's department for their "excellent" work to keep his son safe and as calm as possible until he could come, the dissatisfied father blamed the school for allowing his son to stay in such circumstances walk away.

While Trevor thanked the sheriff's department for their & # 39; excellent & # 39; work to keep his son safe and as calm as possible until he could come, the dissatisfied father blamed the school for having let his son run away in such circumstances

¿This is what happens to an 11-year-old, especially needy, severely autistic child when he is beaten and able to walk from the Lancaster School District, Endeavor Middle School ¿safe ¿campus, ¿Trevor blasted in a Facebook message, adding this is the third time his son could not go to school for three weeks

¿This is what happens to an 11-year-old, especially needy, severely autistic child when he is beaten and able to walk from the Lancaster School District, Endeavor Middle School ¿safe ¿campus, ¿Trevor blasted in a Facebook message, adding this is the third time his son could not go to school for three weeks

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& # 39; This is what happens to an 11-year-old, especially needy, severely autistic child when he is beaten up and able to move from the Lancaster School District, the & # 39; secure & # 39; campus of the Endeavor Middle School, & # 39; said Trevor in a Facebook post. this is the third time his son was unable to attend school for three weeks

Trevor believes that the school and school district are unequivocally responsible for his son's recent behavioral decays, and say that Endeavor administrators have been negligent in following his individualized education program (IEP) that the district has had since elementary school.

The IEP requires that Abraham carry a trained one-on-one assistant throughout the school, although Trevor says that his son is often left behind under the supervision of a non-trained school worker and that the district should have updated his IEP before the beginning of the year.

& # 39; The sheriff's department has been excellent, & # 39; said the father. "They did remarkable work and took care of my son until I could appear on the scene. Did what they had to do.

"Our children deserve better – not just my son, the students with special needs in this district. We as parents deserve really safe facilities. & # 39;

Trevor believes that the school and school district are unambiguously to blame for his son's recent behavior, and say that Endeavor administrators have been negligent in following his individualized education program (IEP) that the district had had for Abraham since primary school
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Trevor believes that the school and school district are unambiguously to blame for his son's recent behavior, and say that Endeavor administrators have been negligent in following his individualized education program (IEP) that the district had had for Abraham since primary school

Trevor believes that the school and school district are unambiguously to blame for his son's recent behavior, and say that Endeavor administrators have been negligent in following his individualized education program (IEP) that the district had had for Abraham since primary school

Inspector Michele Bowers of Lancaster School District said the district has done everything to meet the needs of Abraham and will try to work more closely with his family

Inspector Michele Bowers of Lancaster School District said the district has done everything to meet the needs of Abraham and will try to work more closely with his family

Inspector Michele Bowers of Lancaster School District said the district has done everything to meet the needs of Abraham and will try to work more closely with his family

The school held a meeting for parents on Tuesday to discuss the incident the day before.

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At the end of the meeting, Lancaster School District inspector Michele Bowers said the district has done everything to meet the needs of Abraham and will try to work more closely with his family.

"Although we are fully committed to his safety and his training, we are also very aware of the safety of our staff," she said. "So we try to balance all of that and ensure that everyone does what they have to do."

Trevor said the school needs administrators and & # 39; not just individual assistants, not just special education teachers, but administrators who understand the scope of autism and know what it means and how those children respond & # 39 ;.

Abraham has been suspended from the school from Tuesday. In the meantime, Trevor has hired a lawyer.

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