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Reading them the riot act
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The riot act.Gary Kent photo.Lt. Eddie Garcia of the Beeville Police Department has been one of the officers speaking to classes at Moreno Middle School during the first few days of school this year. Here, he speaks to sixth graders from Kaleb Hillburn and Joan Chesshir's classes. Garcia spoke to the students on what actions to take in the event they are being bullied by another student. He said bullying will not be tolerated and city police are ready to help. He also warned the students that fighting and bringing drugs onto the campus are serious offenses and students will be detained at a juvenile facility of they disobey the rules.
The riot act.Gary Kent photo.Lt. Eddie Garcia of the Beeville Police Department has been one of the officers speaking to classes at Moreno Middle School during the first few days of school this year. Here, he speaks to sixth graders from Kaleb Hillburn and Joan Chesshir's classes. Garcia spoke to the students on what actions to take in the event they are being bullied by another student. He said bullying will not be tolerated and city police are ready to help. He also warned the students that fighting and bringing drugs onto the campus are serious offenses and students will be detained at a juvenile facility of they disobey the rules.
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Lt. Eddie Garcia of the Beeville Police Department speaks to sixth-graders from Kaleb Hillburn’s and Joan Chesshir’s classes at Moreno Middle School on what actions to take in the event they are being bullied by another student. He said bullying will not be tolerated and city police are ready to help. He also warned the students that fighting and bringing drugs onto the campus are serious offenses and students will be detained at a juvenile facility of they disobey the rules.

Assistant Police Chief Kenneth Jefferson has the undivided attention of eighth-graders from the classes of teachers Rachel Keesey and Amber Orchard. Jefferson, Garcia and other officers have been speaking to two classes at a time since school started, telling students how to handle bullies and what the consequences will be for fighting and taking drugs onto the campus.
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