punching son's principal
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A Rhode Island woman is accused of punching and biting her 11-year-old son's school principal after she was told the boy was being suspended.
Police say 30-year-old Aleyda Uceta also bit an officer trying to arrest her after Friday's incident at Roger Williams Middle School in Providence.
She is charged with assault on school officials, assault on police officers and resisting arrest.
Police say Uceta punched Principal Rudolph Moseley Jr. in the face and bit his left arm after he told her that her son would be suspended for three days for refusing to go to a room for misbehaving students.
Attempts to reach Uceta by phone for comment were unsuccessful.
Sounds to me like the son was taught well from his Mother's actions. Perhaps she should have been sent to the room with her son for misbehaving. And then we wonder why our children act the way they do!! If they see it at home or in this case, hear about it from the police, what can and do the children think.
If this woman acts this way in public, how must she act at home. I think they both need some counseling and perhaps anger manage classes. That's part of society's problem, no one has any respect for authority. They think they can live by their own rules.