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Lexington Two faculty member charged with assaulting a student

Cayce, SC 04/23/2024 (Paul Kirby) – A staff member at Lexington School District Two’s Cayce Elementary was arrested last week and charged after police say she grabbed a child and shoved him into a wall and then onto the floor. According to district officials, the adult that was charged was not an educator but is 60-year-old Carolyn Ann Glenn, the school’s bookkeeper. The student who was 9 years old, has developmental special needs.


According to officers with the Cayce Police Department, on Thursday, April 18, 2024, Ms. Glen was interacting with the student when the student tried to run from her. That’s when Glen allegedly first pushed the victim into a wall and then to the floor. She then grabbed the child by the shirt collar, lifted the student off the floor, and shoved him into the wall again. Records of the incident say the child then curled up into a fetal position and began to cry uncontrollably.

As this was happening, some other students found and notified the school's resource officer. That officer was taken to the hallway where Glen and the child were located. After interviewing witnesses and reviewing all available videos from the school’s security system, a warrant was obtained. Glen was arrested and booked into the Lexington County Detention Center on Friday April 19, 2024.  She was then charged with assault and battery in the 2nd degree.


Lexington Two officials say that Glen has since been placed on administrator leave until the investigation has been completed.  


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