The original photo of student's hand posted to the Channel 3 Facebook page
RINGGOLD, GA (WRCB) -- A complaint from a Heritage High School student that said he had been assaulted at Heritage High School by Assistant Principal Eric Beagles appears to be untrue.
Originally, the complaint from the student's mother, Davida Caylor, said that Beagles had severely bruised his hand. After the complaint, the case was turned over to the Catoosa County Criminal Investigations Division for investigation.
Evidence was sent to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's Medical Examiner's office.
Based on the findings of the investigation conducted by the Sheriff's Office and the opinion of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's Medical Examiner's Office, the case was determined to be unfounded.
Assistant District Attorney Alan Norton advised that criminal charges should be brought against Davida Caylor.
The Catoosa Sheriff's Office obtained two felony warrants for the arrest of Davida Caylor charging her with giving false statements and tampering with evidence.
On February 28 Catoosa County Sheriff's Office deputies went to Caylor's home to serve arrest warrants. She refused to cooperate with deputies resulting in additional charges of obstruction of a police officer and a second count of tampering with evidence.
Caylor is at the Catoosa County detention facility awaiting her first appearance hearing in Catoosa County Magistrate Court.