Stun gun used to break up school bus fight
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Police say a fight on board a central Pennsylvania school bus was so out-of-control that an officer had to use a stun gun to break it up.
State police say the fight on board a Central Dauphin School District bus happened Tuesday afternoon and involved five male students.
Trooper Tom Pinkerton says school officials tried to intervene, then a state police trooper. He says all attempts to so break up the fight failed so the trooper used a stun gun on the most aggressive participant.
No charges have been filed against the students but Pinkerton says the investigation is continuing. District officials say the students could be expelled.