With teen violence and bullying seemingly on the rise, local schools are fighting back. Thursday a group of students at Booker T. Washington High School participated in a conflict resolution work shop called “Lets Talk It Out.”
It was a site that brought tears to the eyes of Sammie Willis, whose 15-year-old son Aaron was paralyzed from the waist down on December 19th when a bullet struck him in the back in a drive-by shooting.
Every week we seem to hear about incidents where teens acted violently toward other teens, sometimes with tragic consequences.
The horrifying violence that led teens to attack one of their own, beating 15-year-old Seath Jackson, shooting him, and then burning him in a fire pit has parents wondering about the demons their own children face, and how it could put them at risk.
Here are the facts: 17 year old Jose Torres is accused of shooting his 12-year-old friend Anthony Alejandre. Alejandre was shot in the mouth and the bullet exited the neck severing the spinal cord. Alejandre […]