By Journal Staff
Few details have been released about an incident at Snake River High School that reportedly left a student injured.
The situation involved juveniles and is still under review, so authorities arenâ€™t giving out much information â€” like what happened and exactly where or when the incident occurred â€” at this time.
Bingham County Sheriff Craig T. Rowland said his office did investigate and has turned its findings over to the county prosecutorâ€™s office.
Bingham County Prosecutor Cleve B. Colson confirmed that his office is reviewing the incident.
â€śWe are currently going through the review process and working with all of the parties to ensure that the matter is handled properly,â€ť Colson wrote in an email response to the Journal.
The Journal has received reports that the incident involved multiple male students beating another male student to the point where the victim had a severe concussion and other injuries. The Journal has also been told that the incident was a case of bullying and that security cameras at the high school captured the beating on video.
However, authorities would not confirm or deny any of those details when asked on Wednesday.
Snake River School District Superintendent David Kerns said he cannot comment on the situation that law enforcement officials are investigating. But he did say the district is following policies pertaining to the matter.
The specified policies have to do with both students and employees.
Kerns mentioned student policies 8735 and 8070. The first addresses bullying, harassment and similar behaviors, while the second is a code of conduct discipline policy.
Kerns also mentioned policy 7604, which addresses administrative leave for certificated employees.
Kerns told Local News 8 that an anti-bullying assembly will be held Thursday for all Snake River students and additional anti-bullying training will be provided this week for the districtâ€™s teachers.