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Scott Weissinger arrested on charges of strangulation, kid abuse and break-in.( Photo: City Authorities). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. A truancy officer with the Clark County School District was arrested for choking a student, inning accordance with cops. The CCSD Cops Department announced the arrest of 56-year-old Scott Weissinger on Thursday through a 54-second Facebook Live video. Weissinger is facing three charges for an occurrence that took place at a student’s home on Oct. 18, inning accordance with the department.
School district cops said Weissinger deals with one felony count of battery by strangulation, one felony count of theft, and one basic misdemeanor for child abuse/endangerment.
Captain Ken Young stated the worker’s task is to check in on students who aren’t appearing to class. He said, in this case, that was exactly what he was supposed to be doing up until he barged into the 16-year-old victim’s home and choked him.
” No serious injuries were reported to the trainee at that time,” Young said.
Weissinger was scheduled into the Clark County Detention Center and will be suspended without pay when he is released from custody, police said. He has been on the CCSD staff considering that Jan. 1991.
Young stated it is not uncommon for truancy officers to go to a student’s house, however they are not expected to go inside without authorization. He said Weissinger did not “kick down the door” or burst a window. Instead, Young stated that Weissinger walked through a door that was left open.
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