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Deputy Sheriff Is Suspended for Body Slamming Student at School

NYTimes.com Monday, 16 December 2019
State investigators in North Carolina are reviewing the case to determine whether criminal charges will be filed against the deputy.
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News video: Assault charges for NC deputy after student body-slammed

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North Carolina District Attorney Mike Waters says a sheriff&apos;s deputy will be charged with assault after the officer was seen on video slamming a middle school student to the ground.

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