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Student suffers from a fractured skull after he has been “slammed by a behavioral intervention man at school”

Behavior specialist at school ‘hit a 12-year-old student in the body and broke his skull’ because he ‘acted’ during lunch

  • Jarvis Delon West, 28, was arrested and charged with the presumption of failure to report child neglect and child neglect, resulting in major physical harm
  • West is behavioral intervention at AMIkids Pinellas, a private non-profit school for risk children in St. Petersburg, and worked as a supervisor
  • He was not the man who “beat the body” during the exchange of words on 11 February
  • The Pinellas Park police say that on 11 February “the victim …” acted during lunch
  • The staff did not receive medical help from the boy and his mother believed he had the flu

Jarvis Delon West, 28, West is a behavioral intervention at AMIkids Pinellas, a private non-profit school for risk children in St. Petersburg, and worked as a supervisor at the facility. He was not the employee who beat the student up

Jarvis Delon West, 28, West is a behavioral intervention at AMIkids Pinellas, a private non-profit school for risk children in St. Petersburg, and worked as a supervisor at the facility. He was not the employee who beat the student up

A 12-year-old boy was left with a broken skull after being “slammed” by a behavioral intervention man from Florida.

Jarvis Delon West, 28, was arrested and charged with the presumption of failure to report child neglect and child neglect, resulting in major bodily harm related to the February 11 incident.

West is a behavioral intervention at AMIkids Pinellas, a private non-profit school for risk children in St. Petersburg, and worked as a supervisor at the facility. According to local authorities, he was not the man who “hit the student in the body.”

The Pinellas Park police say that on February 11, “the victim …” acted during lunch.

“A behavioral interventionist (BI) referred the student to the” Area of ​​Opportunity “where a physical argument occurred,” the police added statement NBC News. “As a result of the argument, the victim started vomiting and it is believed that he lost consciousness on more than one occasion.”

Instead of helping the boy immediately, the police say he was supervised by an adult for another two hours before being sent home.

The police of the Pinellas Park say that on 11 February “the victim … reportedly” acted “during lunch at school

He got a ‘trash can on the [school] bus in case the student vomited, “according to police.

The police describe the man who beat the child’s body as 5’7 “and around 300 pounds. The 12-year-old is said to be 100 pounds.

The boy’s mother was not initially told about the incident and allowed her son to stay at home, believing he had the flu.

He was eventually taken to All Children’s Hospital and it was then that doctors heard that “he had sustained a fractured skull, had two subdural hematomas and a hemorrhage.”

The boy's mother was not initially told about the incident and allowed her son to stay at home, believing he had the flu. She eventually took him to a local hospital

The boy's mother was not initially told about the incident and allowed her son to stay at home, believing he had the flu. She eventually took him to a local hospital

The boy’s mother was not initially told about the incident and allowed her son to stay at home, believing he had the flu. She eventually took him to a local hospital

Authorities linked all injuries to the incident at the school.

“Another staff member slammed the boy,” said Pinellas County Sheriff’s deputy Travis Sibley. He added that West ‘should have been the one who invoked it. But he did not, contributing to the child’s neglect.

A representative from the school said last week’s incident was “unacceptable” and said several employees were suspended without payment, including the person involved.

“We are working fully with the authorities,” said AMIkids spokesperson Joseph Gallina. “This is unacceptable behavior. We strive for a safe environment for our students. “

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