A Sheriff’s office in Ohio has determined that Hamilton County deputies were following procedure when they used a stun gun on a 12-year-old girl in a skating rink Saturday night.
HCSO spokesman Mike Robison said in a press release that the 12-year-old was asked to leave the establishment but refused to comply. Upon confrontation by deputies, the tween began “using extremely disrespectful language” and “vehemently refused to comply.”
“When the Deputies attempted to escort her from the premises, she struck a Deputy twice in the face, and proceeded to continue to kick both Deputies,” the release stated. “She was given several verbal commands to stop resisting which she also ignored.”
One jolt of the stun gun was used on the back of the girl’s leg. The girl was later checked for injuries -of which there were none- and sent to the Hamilton County Juvenile Detention Center on charges resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and two counts of assault on an officer.
According to FOX19, the HCSO has maintained a small security presence at the rink for over 15 years.
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