A Hoover High School student remained jailed early Thursday on more than $50,000 bond after an incident in the principal's office.
Police arrested a Hoover High School student found on the campus with marijuana after he reportedly kicked an assistant principal.
Stark County Jail records said the 18-year-old boy, who lives on 39th Street NW, was arrested at the school at 525 Seventh St. NE, around noon Wednesday.
The jail records said he was found to have marijuana while he was in the principal’s office, and that when he was confronted, he became violent and kicked an assistant principal.
He was jailed on charges of felony assault, disorderly conduct and marijuana possession.
Spokespersons at the school could not be reached for comment.
He remained in the jail early Thursday, held in lieu of $50,500 bond pending a hearing in Canton Municipal Court.
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