Nevis superintendent won’t be charged in altercation with student
PARK RAPIDS, Minn. -- Nevis Superintendent Steve Rassier will not face criminal charges after an altercation with a grade school student in February.
According to Hubbard County Sheriff Cory Aukes, Rassier admitted to slapping a student Feb. 26 at the school after the boy allegedly spit in his face.
The student “was kicking and spitting and had to be restrained,” the sheriff said in an interview last month.
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