Police continue investigating Oklahoma student bus incident
NORMAN, Okla. (AP) Police are still investigating what officials at an Oklahoma high school are calling an ''extremely disturbing'' victimization of a student that has led to the suspensions of students and coaches from a junior varsity wrestling team.
Norman Police Department spokeswoman Sarah Jensen said Friday detectives are conducting interviews and no charges are expected this week.
Norman Public Schools said in a statement Thursday the incident involved students from Norman North High School who were returning from a tournament on a bus last weekend.
In a statement Friday, Norman Public Schools Superintendent Joseph Siano said student safety is a top priority. The statement did not provide information about the incident, citing student privacy issues.
More than 15,000 students are enrolled in the school district about 20 miles south of Oklahoma City.