ROME, Ga. — Ten more students have been been arrested after yet another brawl broke out at a Floyd County high school Tuesday.
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Yesterday’s fight was the fourth to break out at Rome High School since last week.
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At least 16 students have already been charged with various crimes for participating in the fights. The ten students arrested Tuesday ranged in age from 14 to 17. Two are facing battery charges and eight are facing charges of party to a crime.
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Last week, the school canceled pep rallies and installed police officers at the game. Tuesday’s fight happened even though additional officers have been on campus this week.
A total of 28 Rome High School students have been arrested since the start of the school year. Earlier this month, two students were found in possession of stolen, loaded Glocks. The 15 and 16-year-old were both charged.
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