Police in Georgia handcuffed a kindergartner and took her to a police station after officers say the child threw a tantrum at school.
Authorities say the 6-year-old began throwing furniture in the classroom and tearing items off the walls.
She also reportedly knocked over a shelf that injured the principal.
Officers handcuffed her after they say she couldn't be controlled by teachers or police.
She is charged with simple assault and damage to property, but will not go to court because of her age.
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