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Orlando, school resource officer, who arrested the two young children at a school last week, was dismissed, officials said Monday.

The police department of the Orlando Rolon, the dismissal of the Officer, Dennis Turner, to the arrest of Kaia Rolle, 6, and 8-year-old in a separate incident on Thursday, at the Beautiful & Emma Nixon Academy is a Charter School, Fox 35 In Orlando reported.

“As a grandparent of three children less than 11 years old, this is very concerning to me,” Rolon said in a statement on Sunday.

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Turner also violated the policy by the arrest of the two students who did not obtain the approval of the watch commander of the Colon, he said.

The 8-year-old was taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center and will be processed through the system, ” he said.

An officer will be assigned to the transportation, Kaia, the juvenile facility will be returned to the school prior to being processed. The officer turned around after the verification of the consent to the arrest, had not been obtained, the chief said.

Kaia’s “crime” was throwing a tantrum. She was entrusted with the kick of a pitchfork. Her grandmother, Meralyn Kirkland, the guilt, the anger that the attack on her son’s sleep apnea.

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“How do you do that on a 6-year-old child, and because of them the way a person is?” she told WKMG-TV. “In a literal mug shot of a 6-year-old girl.”

She said, “is Not a 6-year-old child should be able to talk to someone and they had the handcuffs on them, and they were riding on the back of a police car, and a juvenile center, finger prints, mug shot.”

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Florida state legislator Carlos Guillermo Smith was criticized by the Orlando police department for Kaia’s arrest in a tweet on Sunday, Fox 35 reported.

“Being arrested. Fascinated by it. Fingerprints. Mugshot…Of a 6-year-old, who had a temper tantrum? I am totally amazed at the complete and utter lack of judgement shown by @OrlandoPolice officer of the company. How is it acceptable to traumatize every child in this way?”

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