Bay Village military arch calls feign ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, regulating urine and … – The Plain Dealer
September 5, 2014 - als
See an progressing post about this incident here.
BAY VILLAGE, Ohio– Police Chief Mark Spaetzel says he and his dialect are angry by a news that some Bay High students dumped urine and feces on a special-needs student, revelation him it was partial of a ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
“To me, it’s reprehensible … that these kids would take advantage of a exposed teenager,” pronounced Spaetzel, who called a video of a occurrence one of a many unfortunate things he’s seen during his law coercion career.
The arch pronounced a family of a victim, who has autism, reported a occurrence to Bay military on Wednesday. The family reported that a bucket dumped on a teen contained urine, feces and spit. Spaetzel pronounced military are reviewing a duplicate of a video, that a enemy available on a 14-year-old’s phone and afterwards posted to amicable media.
He pronounced military aren’t certain nonetheless when or where a occurrence occurred. Officers also are perplexing to establish how many teenagers were involved. He pronounced they are all believed to be Bay High students.
Spaetzel pronounced his dialect is committed to creation a consummate review and relocating as fast as probable to move charges opposite anyone found to be involved.
The Bay Village propagandize district also is prepared to fortify any tyro who was partial of a incident, that took place off-campus and outward a propagandize day. Superintendent Clint Keener pronounced in a matter that propagandize officials will take suitable disciplinary movement once military finish their investigation.
In a message posted Thursday morning on a district’s website, Keener said, “Our whole Bay Village Schools village is heartsick over a vicious actions taken opposite one of a special needs students…. The tyro and family targeted by this act have a pinnacle sympathy, and we will work to let this tyro know that we caring really most about his good being.”
Keener remarkable that many students and staff members have helped lifted income to quarrel ALS, also famous as Lou Gehrig’s Disease, by a Ice Bucket Challenge that swept amicable media final month. “It hurts us deeply to see such a smashing bid disfigured to deliberately means someone pain,” a superintendent wrote.
He also pronounced that many Bay High students proffer “to make certain a special needs students find a fraternisation and acceptance that will make them happy and successful during a school. What happened recently does not in any approach simulate a immeasurable infancy of a students.”
Fox 8 News posted a video of a occurrence on Wednesday. (See video below.)