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UNION, SC (FOX Carolina) – Union police said multiple students were charged after a series of assaults and a vandalism incident at Union County High School.

The vandalism took place on May 10 at the school on Lakeside Drive.

A 15-year-old boy was charged after police said he was accused of ripping a bathroom sink from the wall. Police said three other boys witnesses the vandalism and gave statements.

The two assault incidents occurred on May 13.

In one case, police said a 15-year-old boy was charged after walking up to a 14-year-old seated in the lunch room and punching the younger boy in the head three times.

The second case took place in a classroom. Police said a female student was accused of pushing a pregnant teacher out of the way as the 16-year-old tried to fight another student.

All students charged were released to their parents and police said the cases will be handled in family court.

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