Loganville Police Chief Mike McHugh confirmed that the police department would be applying for arrest warrants for two 17-year-old students from Loganville. He said the warrants were in connection with a beating incident that was reported by WSB Radio Thursday.
According to WSB Radio, a Loganville High School student was jumped and beaten last week. His parents called the police after being told about the attack. A juvenile also is reportedly facing a juvenile complaint in connection with this incident. The victim sustained cuts, scrapes and bruised ribs in the attack. Walton County Public Schools is also reported to be investigating the incident.
McHugh said he believes the charges are misdemeanors.
Correction - this incident happened this week, Wednesday, Oct. 31.