Chester, PA — Jorge Alvarado-Barbosa, an 18-year-old cafeteria worker Chester Community Charter School was arrested on assault charges Wednesday after he allegedly punched an 8-year-old boy in the mouth Monday afternoon. According to police, Alvarado-Barbosa was taking out the trash when he saw the child sitting on a rock wall outside. Alvarado-Barbosa reportedly walked over to the child and said, “I put your brother in the headlock.” Obviously unimpressed, the kid replied, “I don’t care.” At that point, Alvarado-Barbosa started screaming at the child, calling him a bitch. He then grabbed the kid, put him in an arm lock and punched him in the face with a closed fist. Alvarado-Barbosa then took the boy, still in an arm lock, and walked him over to his teacher. The teacher took the child to the principal’s office and reported the incident. Portions of the attack were captured on the school’s video surveillance, but the alleged punch was not. Now, you would think the principal would have been on the phone with the police and the kids parents, right? You’d be wrong. According to the kid’s dad, school officials did not inform him of the incident, he heard about it several hours later from his older son. “They didn’t call the police; they didn’t notify the authorities; they didn’t even send him to the nurse,” said the victim’s father, Valdez May. “They left him to clean his own self up.”
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