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A special education teacher at an elementary school in the Granite School District faces a criminal charge accusing her of hitting a student after becoming frustrated.
Cindy Bell, 57, of Sandy, was charged Monday in 3rd District Court with abuse of a disabled child, a third-degree felony.
Bell was teaching a special needs class at Silver Hills Elementary, 5770 W. 5100 South, on Feb. 16. It was the end of the school day and the children were having a difficult time paying attention, according to charging documents, and the teacher’s aide could tell that Bell was “upset and annoyed.”
Bell was reading a story to the children and asked another aide to continue reading. As Bell walked through the students, who were sitting on the floor, she tripped and fell over a 7-year-old boy. She got up and walked to her desk and was “visibly frustrated,” the charges state.
Another student then “began mimicking Bell and falling onto the other students,” according to the charges. As an aide tried to get that student under control, Bell allegedly yelled at the aide and said she “would take care of it.”
The aide told investigators that when she looked over at Bell’s desk again, she saw her hit the student she had tripped over “on the back of the head three times, ‘boom, boom boom.’ (The boy) then said, ‘You hit me, you hit me’ and began to cry,” according to the charging documents. “(The boy) is significantly disabled and has limited verbal capacity.”
Bell was placed on administrative leave the next day and was fired on April 5, said Granite School District spokesman Ben Horsley. She had worked in the district since 2001.
“The allegation was serious enough that we took appropriate steps to investigate,” Horsley said.
A tornado warning is currently in effect for Fulton and DeKalb counties until 11:15 a.m.
Severe Weather Team 2 is seeing a debris signature on radar, which means a tornado is likely on the ground on the west side of Atlanta.
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brad Nitz says the storm is headed directly toward Midtown and downtown Atlanta.
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brian Monahan said a likely tornado is headed toward Midtown Atlanta, Cabbage Town, Inman Park, East Atlanta, Virginia Highland, Druid Hills, Emory and Decatur.
People in these areas need to take shelter immediately.
A tornado watch has been issued for parts of Georgia until 4 p.m.
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brian Monahan says there is a Level 2 out of 5 risk for severe weather on Monday. That risk remains a Level 2 out of 5 on Tuesday.
A tornado warning has been issued for DeKalb and Fulton counties until 11:15 a.m.
The storm is currently just inside the Perimeter around I-20 on the west side and headed towards Midtown Atlanta, Cabbage Town, Inman Park, East Atlanta, Virginia Highland, Druid Hills, Emory and Decatur.
People in those neighborhoods need to TAKE SHELTER IMMEDIATELY.
A tornado is likely on the ground near Boulder Park, Cascade and New Hope Roads in South Fulton Counties. If you live in those areas, take shelter immediately.
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Brad Nitz says there is a confirmed tornado with a debris signature on the ground in southwest Fulton County.
A tornado warning has been issued for Fulton and Douglas counties until 10:45 a.m. The warning includes central Fulton County and the cities of South Fulton, Atlanta and East Point.
A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for Cobb, Douglas and Fulton counties until 10:45 a.m.
We’re tracking the rain and will show you the timing for the storms, throughout the day on Channel 2 Action News
Severe weather, with the likelihood of tornadoes, threatens more than 100 million people from the southern Plains through the Mid-Atlantic on Monday as intense storms march across the country.
A second day of tornadoes are likely today into tonight. Sunday night, tornadoes struck at least three cities in Mississippi, causing damage to buildings and knocking out power.
It’s important to monitor these storms today and into tonight.
The same storm system that spawned tornadoes over the weekend is on the move, bringing the threat for the severe storms across the Southeast on Monday. Meanwhile over the Plains, a new system is developing and will spark a separate outbreak of severe weather into the overnight hours.
Tornadoes most likely in southern Plains and Ohio River Valley
The greatest risk for severe weather through tonight will be from Oklahoma through Indiana, where there is a level 3 out of 5, enhanced risk, according to the Storm Prediction Center. This includes Louisville and Evansville in Indiana and Fort Smith, Fayetteville and Jonesboro in Arkansas