A student at Smithfield Selma High School was arrested Thursday morning after he allegedly caused a disturbance inside the school.
A school resource officer was called to assist an administrator after the student, identified as 17 year-old Bayron Josue Alvarado of Selma, reportedly began cursing and yelling at school staff in the hallway and also communicating threats towards a school official.
Alvarado briefly went to a classroom but continued to shout. When approached by an administrator he allegedly pushed the person away.
Alvarado was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct – disturbing school. He was taken before a magistrate then released on a $500 bond.
He could also face disciplinary action under the Johnston County Public Schools Code of Conduct Policy.