Stagg Students Charged after Fights at School
Three students face charges stemming from two different tussles on Oct. 9.
Three Stagg High School students face charges after participating in two different fights on Oct. 9, police said.
Two girls were charged with disorderly conduct after fighting in the school lunch room around 11 a.m., police said. School employees told police the two students started throwing punches after some name-calling took place.
Later that day, officers were called back to high school at about 3 p.m. for another fight.
One girl was charged with battery after an altercation, police said. School employees told police the girl had hit a boy in the back.
All three students are scheduled to appear in the juvenile section of the Bridgeview courthouse.
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