Intruder measures to be implemented after CHS incidentSep 5th, 2013 | By Candace Griffin | Category: News
Last Thursday, Tammy Miller of Chalmette entered Chalmette High School’s campus and pulled a stun gun on one of the students due to an altercation between the student and her daughter.
This altercation took place the previous weekend and involved Ms. Miller’s daughter punching the victim in the face, after fighting over a friend of theirs. The victim also alleged that between the fight and the altercation on Thursday, Miller called her several times to make threats.
After this, Miller arrived at the High School’s gym, where school pictures were being taken, and confronted her daughter’s supposed rival.
No one was injured in Thursday’s debacle, which was broken up immediately by staff, said Chalmette High School’s Principal Wayne Warner. But Miller was charged with aggravated assault and released on a $3,500 bond. “I’ve spoken to Ms. Voitier [Superintendent] and we’re
working hard to prevent anything like this from happening again,” said Warner.
He expressed that due to the construction going on at the school, it is hard to monitor everyone coming in and out, but says that once the renovation is complete the school will have one restricted entrance that everyone must go through in order to gain access to the school.
Warner also says that the school will be taking temporary security measures to ensure the safety of the students until construction is complete.