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Charleston police officer to turn himself into authorities

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NORTH CHARLESTON, SC - A Charleston police officer is expected to turn himself over to authorities Wednesday on third-degree assault charges.

According to authorities, Brandon Moses allegedly shoved a student last Friday at the Daniel Jenkins Creative Learning Center on Bonds Avenue in North Charleston.

Moses was filling in as a substitute teacher, when he pushed a student several times according to reports.

Authorities say the incident was caught on camera.
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