A Glen Oaks High School student threatened a sheriff’s deputy with putting “a bullet in your a**” as officers arrested him at the school Wednesday afternoon after he barged into the main office without permission and threatened administrators, a Sheriff’s Office report says.
Antonio Scott, 17, of 10210 Avenue L, walked into the main office and began searching through cabinets behind the counter, an East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff’s Office report says.
When a school administrator told him he couldn’t be behind the counter, Scott said, “I’ll go where I want to go,” according to the report.
He said he was looking for his book sack, the report says.
After an assistant principal asked him to leave, Scott threatened to slap him if “you say anything else to me,” the report says. He also told the high school’s dean, to get “out of my face before I slap you, too,” deputies said.
School administrators contacted an East Baton Rouge Parish sheriff’s deputy who was working extra duty at the high school, the report says.
Scott threatened the deputy as he was handcuffing the teenager, the report says.
The deputy booked Scott into Parish Prison on a misdemeanor count of disturbing the peace and felony counts of aggravated assault on a peace officer and two counts of assault on a school teacher.
He remained in jail Thursday afternoon in lieu of $5,500 bail.