Update: Student, accused of attacking teacher out on bond
GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Guilford County Clerk of Court’s office says the teenager accused of attacking her Dudley High School teacher is out of jail.
Officials say Khavasia Vaughn’s mom bonded her out late Thursday after her first appearance court hearing in Guilford County before Judge Pete Hunter.
Vaughn is accused of punching substitute math teacher, Wole Ajala, during school on Wednesday. Officers say the young woman continued to beat Ajala on the ground after he was unconscious.
In court, the Assistant District Attorney described the allegations as “extremely serious.” Judge Hunter set Vaughn’s bond at $5,000.
Friday, Guilford County Schools said they still won’t comment on this specific attack.
GCS Chief of Staff Nora Carr says the consequences for this type of behavior range from a ten day out of school suspension to transferring the student to alternative school. In addition, the student may not return to that teacher’s classroom ever again unless the teacher consents.
A member at Pastor Wole Ajala’s church says he is recovering slowly and is unsure if the pastor will be able to be in church on Sunday.
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