Fifth Grader Absolved of Felony Charges
A Monticello Florida fifth grader boy Florida who was in the midst of a slew of felony charges, is now in school with a load of his back. Johnnie Lee Morris was in second grade when he was arrested on a felony warrant as a result of violent behavior that had happened in his classroom.
His mother had complained that while he was detained by the police, he was held in an adult detention facility. Sheriff's officials maintain that while he was held in the station, away from adult prisoners.
The charges were dropped after a series of hearings decided that he was too young to understand the case against him.
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