A video of an incident between a Florida police officer and an 11-year-old boy went viral because it shows the student was beaten out of school.
In the clip on Tuesday, the child can be seen walking away from a representative of the St Lucie Sheriff, Diederech Hueck, before the man runs after him, lifts him up and then throws him on the sidewalk in front of the Lincoln Park Academy.
The shocking images from the cell phone of a fellow student looking from a school bus show that the law enforcement officer places himself on top of the child, whose grandfather said that WPTV is now undergoing an evaluation of mental health.
After the incident, the sheriff's office said the sixth grader was being taken to the hospital for a checkup, but complained of no injuries and simply left a band aid on his knee.
Diederech Hueck saw the throwing of an 11-year-old boy to the ground outside of school Tuesday
They said that the young person is working on a re-routing program for an aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, a crime. After school accusations involving a female student, the child must be accompanied around school.
The boy was arrested five days ago by the school officer for a serious abuse.
Hueck also arrested him in February, after he initially resisted arrest for disorderly conduct and disrupted peace after an incident in which he disrupted a class in which he was not supposed to be. During the incident, he hit his own head against a wall.
The child is now being confronted with indictment for serious mistreatment by a staff member who accuses the child of having been bumped into the Tuesday incident earlier in the day.
The police chief said that he had not been suspended and his actions were justified because the tween ran around the school campus and did not respond to orders from school staff.
At a press conference, he explained that the assistant director had asked the deputy, who had eight years of experience at school, to follow him after he stormed out of the blanket office while waiting for a parent to arrive and witness his suspension.
Dean Drummond was absent on the day of the incident.
According to Sheriff Ken Mascara, the boy was followed by two buses and encouraged to go home using the mode of transport, despite allegations in the police report that he had previously thrown to a pod window in the classroom and walked around with his palm.
But when he got off the second vehicle and started walking, it was considered necessary to use force on him.
The police claimed that the child was clenched with his fist and had an irritated expression on his face. His eyebrows were turned down and he slapped his fist in the palm of his hand & # 39 ;.
They stated that he then & # 39; continued to pull, rotate, and rotate his body & # 39 ;.
Sixth grader was taken to the hospital for a check-up, but did not complain about injuries after the incident where students watched with horror
The police report that he threw himself into the classroom and hit his own head against a wall during school incidents that day and in February.
Substitute Hueck noted in his report that he had checked surveillance videos to confirm that several staff members had tried to make the child pay earlier before being called.
Parents and guardians at Lincoln Park Academy were horrified after getting to know the Tuesday incident.
& # 39; If the kid was fighting him and he felt he was in some sort of danger, I could justify his actions, but it didn't seem that way, & # 39; the father of the twins, General Platt, told WPTV. & # 39; That's pretty hard to be on a school campus, he didn't have to slap him like that. & # 39;
Jazmine Arias, whose sister goes to school, said: & I would panic if I saw that personally. He's a kid, I don't think a little kid should be thrown to the floor like that. & # 39;
The school did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com's request for comment.
Sheriff Mascara noted that the deputy in question had worked for years in a high school neighborhood and had never reached a point where he had to deal with a situation in such a tactile way, even when he placed himself among fighting students.
He was arrested for mistreatment and the battery after Tuesday's incident when an employee complained that he had been hit
The child was arrested for disrupting the rest at Lincoln Park Academy in February and attacking with a knife in April without killing.
& # 39; Our deputy school employee is very familiar with this student and knows that he has a violent history, including possession of weapons, & # 39; said Sheriff Mascara during a press conference on Wednesday.
& # 39; At the end of the day, the non-commissioned officer did everything he could to spread the situation, and his use of force fell within the legal and our agency guidelines. & # 39;
According to a police report, the child was arrested for assaulting a deadly weapon with no intention of killing on April 4, when a 50-year-old female victim complained that he had a knife in an & # 39; aggressive manner & # 39; when they held him at his home to resolve an argument that they had just arrived a few blocks away at her home.
He claimed to the police that he believed the alleged victim would abuse him.
The child was taken to a youth prison center and the Ministry of Children and Families was informed.
Sheriff Ken Mascara said that Hueck was not suspended and that his actions were justified because the tween & # 39; had been running around the school campus and did not respond to orders from school staff & # 39;