GREENVILLE CO., SC (WSPA) – Charges against a Tanglewood Middle School teacher have been dropped, according to the solicitor’s office.
Walter Anton Lee, 26, was accused of throwing books at a student and charged with Assault and Battery in September 2016.
School Resource Officers say Lee threw three textbooks at his student, hitting the student twice; once in the face and once in shoulder.
Lee’s attorney says he was permitted to participate in Pre-Trial Intervention.
Lee has completed it and is now paying all necessary fines to get the charges expunged from his record, according to the attorney.
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