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Deputies stun student in Fayetteville to end dispute

Cumberland County sheriff's deputies said they used a stun gun on an E.E. Smith High School student Tuesday after he assaulted an assistant principal and a school resource officer.

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — Cumberland County sheriff’s deputies said they used a stun gun to subdue an E.E. Smith High School student Tuesday after he assaulted an assistant principal and a school resource officer.

Furman Lemule Evans, 19, of 2067 Corrina St. in Fayetteville, was charged with two counts of assault on government officials.

Deputies said Evans became upset when a principal tried to remove his girlfriend, who had been involved in the fight, from the cafeteria.

Evans was taken to the Cumberland County Detention Center.

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