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CrimeTeacher accused of putting student in headlock

00:16  15 august  2019
00:16  15 august  2019 Source:   wisn.com

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That teacher faces a child abuse charge after authorities say he put a high school student in a headlock and dragged him down some stairs. Longwood police say 38-year-old Wilbert DelaCruz was arrested Monday. Investigators tell local news outlets that DelaCruz put his arm around the student

The student said just before lunch Monday, the teacher accused him of pushing another student and took him to the principal's office. That's when the student claimed his teacher put him in a headlock and used his knuckles to grind on the top of his head . "He goes, 'How do you like it?

A substitute teacher has been charged with a felony after being accused of putting a student in a headlock.

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According to a criminal complaint, the incident happened on June 4 at Whitman Middle School.

Police said Glen Fink, 68, of Brookfield, placed the student in a "headlock/choke hold."

He was also accused of twisting the 12-year-old boy's arm behind his back.

Another teacher reported seeing the altercation.

That witness told police Fink told the student, “There is no one here to see it.”

He was charged Tuesday with one count of physical abuse of a child.

Fink was ordered to turn himself in to the Milwaukee County Jail to be booked and released on a signature bond.

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A central Florida teacher faces a child abuse charge after authorities say he put a high school student in a headlock and dragged him down some stairs. Investigators tell local news outlets that DelaCruz put his arm around the student during an altercation on Friday at Lyman High School in Longwood.

(AP) – A central Florida teacher faces a child abuse charge after authorities say he put a high school student in a headlock and dragged him down Investigators tell local news outlets that DelaCruz put his arm around the student during an altercation on Friday at Lyman High School in Longwood.

No other details have been released.

WISN 12 News is gathering more information on this story.

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