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A North Carolina sheriff’s deputy is out of a job after surveillance video caught him slamming a middle school student to the ground twice last week, the Vance County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to CBS News on Monday. Lieutenant James Goolsby of the sheriff’s office said the State Bureau of Investigation was investigating the incident at Vance County Middle School in Henderson.
In the school surveillance video, the unidentified deputy is seen walking a student down a hallway Thursday and then suddenly stopping, CBS Raleigh affiliate WNCN-TV reports. The video shows the deputy slamming the student to the ground twice, then dragging him.
The article goes on to state the following:
The deputy was put on paid leave after the video surfaced. Sheriff Curtis Brame said he handed the investigation to the State Bureau of Investigation after reviewing the video, which had no audio.
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