Student arrested at high school on Friday

| 28 Sep 2011 | 02:55

    WEST MILFORD — A male high school student was arrested at the school on numerous charges last Friday. According to the police, they were summoned to the school because of a disruptive student in the cafeteria. When the officers arrived they found a student being verbally abusive to his vice principal and the school security officer. In addition, the student refused to follow instructions from school officials. The police escorted the student into the vice principal's office, where he overturned furniture and continued to be verbally abusive. The student was then arrested, suspended from school and placed in the Passaic County Juvenile Detention Center in Wayne. He was charged with one count of aggravated assault on a police officer, one count of aggravated assault on a school official, criminal mischief, resisting arrest, possession of a controlled dangerous substance and disorderly conduct. The arresting and charging officer was Detective John Calabrese of the West Milford Police Department.