Third Arrest Made In Bullying Case

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Updated: 10/25/2012 5:36 pm
Police say they made a third arrest in connection to a bullying case that they say led A Tates Creek High School student to attempt suicide.

Christian Greenlee, 19, was arrested around 2 a.m. Wednesday morning. Police said Greenlee is charged with robbery in connection to the beating and robbery of a student in August.

Police said Antoine Young, 18, and another teen were arrested for the assault last month. Young is accused of videotaping the assault.

Greenlee is due back in court November 2nd.

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