Police: Two Teens Arrested at Avon High School After Fight

The following information was provided by the Avon Police Department and does not indicate a conviction.

Two female students were arrested at late Thursday morning on breach of peace charges following a verbal and physical altercation, police said.

Avon police responded to the school at 10:38 a.m. during the start of second period, as Avon Public Schools had a 90-minute delay due to the snow.

Police issued a juvenile summons to one of the girls for second-degree breach of peace and a misdemeanor summons to the other for the same charge. The second student, a Hartford teen attending Avon High School, was also charged with third-degree assault, police said.

Police released both students on written promises to appear in court.

The first teenager is scheduled to appear in juvenile court on March 16 and the other student's court date is March 14.

The does not release the names of juveniles arrested.

School administrators declined to comment.

Editor's Note: Avon police clarified that the juvenile charged with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault is a Hartford resident attending Avon High School. The update was added on March 6 at 7:46 p.m.

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Susan Schoenberger March 05, 2012 at 10:58 AM
To clarify for you all, this article represents traditional reporting of public information provided by the police department. No names were used because those arrested were juveniles. Susan Schoenberger/Associate Regional Editor
Maria F. March 05, 2012 at 03:03 PM
That's fantastic, but what you are NOT telling your readers is that you simply go to the police departments and review the arrest records. You do not review actual police reports and gather all of the FACTS before writing about something just to get a headline. This isn't news. It's half-baked reporting.
Ana March 13, 2012 at 09:54 PM
I don't understand how this is "half-baked." I go to the school and this is the basically what happened without the "he said, she said". The editor obviously can't write down specifics on the fight because it involves juveniles. The information in this article is all true and factual. I don't see Jessie "taking sides," she is simply writing about what happened. Jessie, to me, seems like a fair editor. Please don't resort to cyber-bullying to get your voice heard. If you don't like Patch, then don't read it. Nobody is asking you too.
Lori March 24, 2012 at 08:42 PM
If you don't want your business broadcast via public information/records then I suggest that you make better choices & avoid verbal and physical altercations. Next time remove yourself from the situation and ask an adult for help. You should also keep in mind that it is a privilege to attend this school as you're an outside resident.
Karen's Dog Training Blog March 25, 2012 at 09:26 PM
Aren't the facts that two juveniles were arrested due to a fight at the high school? Isn't that what was reported? That's all we really need to know. If you want to know more, go down and request copies of police reports and review them yourselves. Maria F. - you seem pretty angry at Jessica. Your claims that she goes to the pd to get info to spin bogus stories is silly. She posted basic facts about the incident - no gossip, no bogus story... Would also be nice if you would post your FULL names as is Patch policy.


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