Green Island High students charged for attacking bus conductor

Three of the five students of Green Island High School, who were seen on video last week attacking a bus conductor with knives and stones, were charged Tuesday morning.
Deputy Superintendent Sharon Beeput, head of the Hanover Police Division, said the boys have been charged with malicious destruction of property and assault.
They remain behind bars and are booked to appear in court on Friday.
DSP Beeput said the cops are still searching for the other two students.
In a video circulated on social media, the grade eleven students were seen assaulting the bus conductor.
They threw stones on the bus, smashing one of the windows.
Several students in the bus were reportedly injured.

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