ROCK HILL — An 11-year-old Sullivan Middle School student was charged Tuesday with threatening a teacher and school administrator, according to a Rock Hill police report.
The boy told his teacher to get out of his face and said dont walk up on me, Id hate to have to hit a teacher, the report states.
The teacher told police that the boy called himself a gangsta and used a racial slur towards him.
A school counselor heard the remarks and told the boy to stop. The child told the counselor, I would hate to get an assault charge, while looking the teacher up and down, the report states.
He was taken to the principals office where he continued disruptive behavior, according to the report, and his mother was called.
He told school officials, Im a gangbanger and no one can press charges against me for saying anything, the report states.
A Rock Hill police officer cited the boy for two counts of threatening a school official and released the child to his mother.