Raleigh High School Student Charged With Assault In Stun Gun Attack
Posted April 9, 2004
RALEIGH, N.C. — A student at Southeast Raleigh High School could be suspended if he is found guilty of using a stun gun on a classmate.
Eric Rogers, 17, has been charged with simple assault. According to police, Rogers used a stun gun on Sean Campbell in the school hallway.
Campbell reportedly was knocked to his knees but was not seriously hurt.
Investigators believe it was a random attack and that Campbell and Rogers did not know each other.
Rogers was released to the custody of his aunt and uncle, who are his guardians. He faces a possible one-year suspension. His aunt says it was an accident.
Stun guns deliver an electric jolt of between 80,000 and 625,000 volts. They are legal in North Carolina.