HOUSTON—A North Shore Senior High School student beat and robbed one of his own schoolmates after attacking the young man at a school bus stop, according to the Harris County Precinct 3 Constable’s Office.
Tyrique Hudson, 17, was charged with robbery
The assistant principal at the high school called police on October 2 after a student said he was attacked and robbed at a school bus stop.
According to court documents, the student was walking home from the bus stop and texting on his cell phone when he was approached by another young man. That young man punched the teen in the jaw, knocking him to the ground, then another young man ran up and began kicking him in the side.
The teen said the suspect who first hit him grabbed his cell phone, then both suspects ran off. The teen did not know the name of the teens who attacked him, but did recognize one of them as being a rider on the school bus.
Police then pulled surveillance video from the bus from that day and the teen was able to identify the suspect who threw the first punch; Hudson. Not only did the students ride the school bus together, but Hudson lived only four houses away from the victim.
Charges were then filed against and his bail was set at $10,000.