Special-education teacher charged with assault after allegedly dragging student with autism through school's halls
A special-education teacher emerged from a classroom, dragging a student with autism through the hallways of an elementary school in Kentucky.
After a moment, the teacher, whom authorities later identified as Trina Abrams, stopped and asked the 9-year-old boy, "You want to walk?"
"No," he said.
"Okay," she responded, then the boy let out a moan as she continued to pull him by his wrists, dragging his limp body across the floor.
The child's mother, Angel Nelson, told ABC a...