UPDATE: Danvers Girl Arrested At Swampscott High School
The incident happened on Tuesday morning at Swampscott High School.
A 17-year-old female from Danvers was arrested when police converged on Swampscott High School, Tuesday morning.
Another student, also a girl, was transported to the hospital, according to scanner reports.
The town arrest log shows that Emily Emerson, 17, of 202 Maple St., Danvers, was charged on Tuesday with assault and battery with a deadly weapon, being part of a school disturbance and disorderly conduct.
Earlier this year, in Danvers, according to the Danvers police log, the 17-year-old was arrested on charges of domestic assault and battery and resisting arrest.
Police responded to Swampscott High at 8:10 am Tuesday for reports of a fight in the building, according a police report.
A caller said the victim was in Room 204 and bleeding.
The victim told police that she and Emerson got into a fight, and Emerson grabbed her hair and smashed her head against a wall, the report states.
The victim fell to the floor and Emerson punched her in the face repeatedly, the victim said.
Emerson was arrainged in Lynn District Court on Tuesday.
She was released on $500 personal recognizance and ordered to stay away from the victim and the school.
She is scheduled for a pretrial hearing at Lynn District Court on May 9.
Swampscott Fire Chief Kevin Breen said that Swampscott fire responded to the scene. An individual was treated and transported to the hospital, he said.
Another individual refused treatment at the scene, he said.