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Expelled student sentenced in officers' assault

by AP posted Jun 1 2012 11:33AM
CHESTERFIELD, Va. (AP) - An expelled high school student has been sentenced to four years in prison for an attack on two Chesterfield County police officers who were trying to escort her from a high school football game.
 A Chesterfield circuit judge also ordered Sorshua Y. Menefee to pay more than $12,000 to cover one of the officer's medical bills.
Court records show Menefee was spotted at a game at L.C. Bird High School last September. She had been banned from Chesterfield school property. As officers tried to remove her from the property, she struck one of them in the face and another in the head.
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06/01/2012 11:34AM
Expelled student sentenced in officers' assault
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