RALEIGH – The N.C. Department of Public Instruction recently released its Annual Report on School Crime and Violence.

 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools reported 1,386 criminal and violent acts in 2012-13.

Of its schools located in the Lake Norman region, Barnette Elementary, Huntersville Elementary, Long Creek Elementary and Torrence Creek Elementary reported no incidents.

Of the remaining schools:

• Bailey Middle reported one assault involving use of a weapon, one case of alcohol possession, four possession of a controlled substance, five possession of a weapon and two sexual assaults.

• Blythe Elementary reported one assault involving use of a weapon, eight assaults on school personnel and eight possessions of a weapon.

• Bradley Middle reported five assaults on school personnel, two cases of controlled substance possessions and three possession of a weapon.

• Cornelius Elementary reported one case of firearm possession and one possession of a weapon.

• Davidson Elementary reported two assaults on school personnel and one possession of a weapon.

• Hopewell High reported two assaults on school personnel, 16 cases of controlled substance possessions, eight possession of a weapon and three sexual offenses.

• Hough High reported one assault involving use of a weapon, three bomb threats, three cases of alcohol possession, 13 cases of controlled substance possessions, three possession of a weapon,

• J.M Alexander Middle reported four possession of a weapon.

• J.V. Washam Elementary reported two possession of a weapon.

• North Mecklenburg High reported one assault resulting in serious injury, three assaults on school personnel, three cases of alcohol possession, eight cases of controlled substance possessions, one case of firearm possession and one possession of a weapon.

 

Charter schools

Community School of Davidson and Corvian Community School reported no incidents. Lake Norman Charter reported two cases of weapon possession.