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A former North Carolina sheriff’s deputy– who was fired from the department after a surveillance video allegedly showed him in violently and slamming an 11-year-old pupil of a secondary school, to the floor two more times, and then, dragging the boy down the hall, was arrested Tuesday on misdemeanor charges, officials said.

Warren, of Durham, who is a resource officer at Vance County Middle School, located about 45 km north-west of the city of Raleigh, north carolina, was charged with assault on a child under the age of 12, misdemeanor child abuse, and the non-fulfilment of obligations, the county prosecutor’s office said. He has been placed on paid administrative leave amid an investigation into an incident reported on Thursday. Monday, the Vance County Sheriff Curtis Brame said, without letting go of the resource officer’s name, and that he was no longer employed by the sheriff’s office. Durham, was being held on a $10,000 bond.

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John Miles, the grandfather of the child and the child of a pastor, said he was “quite disappointed in the law” on misdemeanor charges and claimed to be his grandson, who had a sling on his arm following the incident.

“I’m still standing today, and will you forgive this man for the loss of my grandson. I’m not happy with the misdemeanor charges,” Miles told the Raleigh News & Observer. “One bad apple don’t spoil the whole police force. The Sheriff Brame has done a great job on this one.”

“My grandson said to me last night, ‘Grandpa, what did I do to deserve this?’ I said to my grandson ‘You’ve got nothing done,” he said in an interview with the Raleigh, north carolina’s WTVD-TV.

In this undated department photograph shows a former Vance County sheriff’s deputy, and Warren Durham. Durham faces three misdemeanor charges after allegedly beating an 11-year-old student on the floor twice, before dragging him down the hallway.

Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, the public prosecutor’s office, Mike Waters, said: “it is by the grace of God,” the student, whose identity has not been released – they are not to suffer a serious injury of his office to pursue felony charges, Raleigh News & Observer reported.

“I don’t think there is any sort of training or something like that, that would cause a person to act like that to an 11-year-old,” Waters said. Did the child received a serious injury, we’d have a different conversation.”

The State Bureau of Investigation launched a probe on Thursday after the Vance County school district, filed a complaint with the murder of an 11-year-old boy by an officer of the law,” the newspaper reported. A security camera at the school, in Henderson, N. C., captured the alleged abuse.

The video, recorded on Thursday and released to local news outlets Friday, appears to be an officer of the management of a student wearing a red sweater, down a hallway of the school. It was not clear to the muted video of what was said between the officer and the student. As the video shows, the officer will not lift the student up and slam him head down into the ground. He takes the child for a second time, and threw it on the ground, before finally dragging a student by the shirt in the direction of the camera before the clip ends.

Waters said the child suffered bruising but was not hospitalized. The student reportedly did not suffer a fractured nose, broken teeth, and fractures or concussions. Under North Carolina state law, the crime of injury is defined as those that “create a risk of death, disfigurement, coma, or extreme pain.”

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Durham had worked with the department for two years and had no previous convictions or sanctions are concerned, Raleigh’s WRAL-TV reported. He could face up to 90 days in jail if convicted, Waters said.

The school district will be sent via e-mail, in a statement to the Observer saying:

“We are deeply troubled by the actions that took place. School and district officials are working closely together and in close co-operation with the local authorities on this matter, in accordance with school board policies and regulations. The safety and security of our students is and will continue to be of the utmost importance to our district.”

The district attorney’s office, the office of the research, there was a second incident between the Head and the other a student at the school.

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