GEORGETOWN, Texas -- A Georgetown Independent School District employee has been arrested after getting into an altercation and injuring a student.
Kelvin Daniel Fuller, 53, turned himself into the Williamson County Sheriff's Office on Thursday after Georgetown police issued a warrant for his arrest.
Fuller is charged with injury to a child/elderly/disabled, causing reckless bodily injury.
Police say in November of last year, Fuller was helping administrators with the SOAR (Student Originated Academic Responsibility) Program at Forbes Middle School when he got into a physical altercation with the 11-year-old student.
The student broke his right wrist in the incident. He told authorities that he was intentionally irritating Fuller at his desk when Fuller pushed him to the ground. A student witness gave a similar story to authorities.
The Georgetown School District placed Fuller on administrative leave without pay, and an internal investigation was launched. Child Protective Services was also notified.