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BOONEVILLE, Miss. (AP) – Four students at Northeast Mississippi Community College have been charged in an attack on a college police officer.

Booneville Police Chief Michael Ramey tells the Daily Corinthian (http://bit.ly/1bUEoul ) that the unidentified officer was attacked Friday morning at Yarber Hall dormitory. Ramey says the officer has been released from Baptist Memorial Hospital in Booneville.

Ramey says a 17-year-old juvenile has been charged with one count of assault on a police officer and has been turned over to the Prentiss County Youth Court.

He says four other students – 19-year-old Willis Tomaz Cork of Weir; 20-year-old Rico Quartez Kimble of Belden; 19-year-old Marquez Desean Holland of Shannon – have each been charged with assault on a police officer and hindering prosecution. Bond was set for each at $25,000.



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  • Tim

    Answer this, Why is the 17 year old not charged as an adult? All youth court is going to do is slap him on the hand and so “Don’t do that again!” But, their may not be a next time if he and his friends try that again. They all should be tried as an adult!!!!!!

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