A 14-year-old Wisconsin girl was arrested after refusing to stop sending text messages in class. The teacher had warned the student multiple times before calling the school's police officer who tried seizing the girl's phone prior to the arrest.
The teen told the officer that she didn't have a mobile phone then proceeded to try hiding the phone in her pants. The teen was then arrested on charges of disorderly conduct for disrupting class, disobeying the teacher and lying to the officer.
The texting teen had her bail set at $300 and was suspended from school for a week. The teen's father praised the school and said his daughter crossed the line. The teen later tried sneaking back into school twice and earned two trespassing tickets.