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updated: 4/1/2013 10:25 PM

Student sentenced for school assault in Naperville

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A student at an alternative high school in Naperville was recently found guilty of assaulting a staff member there in February.

Kyle A. Rhoden, 19, was found guilty of aggravated assault in a DuPage County court on March 26 and received almost $800 in fines and five days of community service in SWAP -- the Sheriff's Work Alternative Program, according to the circuit clerk's office.

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The incident occurred Feb. 11 in which Rhoden swung his fist at a classroom counselor at Camelot of Naperville, on the 1200 block of Bond Street in Naperville's Brookdale neighborhood.

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