Four teenagers in New Jersey have been arrested and charged with murder and assault in the suicide death of a classmate, a 14-year-old girl.
The 14-year-old victim, Adriana Kuch, was discovered dead in her Bayville home on February 3, less than 48 hours after a viral video showing her savage assault in the hallway of Central Regional High School went viral.
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According to NBC News, three teenagers have been charged: one with aggravated assault, two with conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, and one with harassment.
The criminal complaint against the four youths and their legal guardians was delivered. Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer reported that the pupils were subsequently released awaiting future court appearances.
On Saturday, the Central Regional School District reported that Superintendent Triantafillos Parlapanides had resigned in the wake of the charges against him.
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The Central Regional School District stated on its website that it had accepted Dr. Triantafillos Parlapanides’ resignation and was investigating all complaints of bullying.
The Central Regional “family” is “continuing to mourn the loss of one of our children,” the statement said. To protect our students and staff, the District has notified the Department of Education and will undergo an independent audit of its anti-bullying policy.