An unidentified female student was caught on video (below) pulling a stun gun on an unidentified teacher at a high school in Mobile, Alabama, on Aug. 25.
The Mobile County Sheriff's Office said the teacher was attempting to break up a fight between the student and another girl when the student pulled out a stun gun, began discharging it and ran away, notes the Alabama Media Group.
The teacher doesn't appear to be injured by the stun gun, which buzzed and crackled on the video.
According to Sgt. Joseph Mahoney, deputies later arrested the student and transported her to the Strickland Youth Center.
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Authorities charged the girl with felony assault for the teacher incident and misdemeanor assault for allegedly hitting the other girl. Mahoney said the student's name was not released since she is a minor.
In more bizarre Alabama crime news, John Fisher Jr., a defense attorney and Tea Party talk show host, was arrested on Aug. 19 and charged with methamphetamine trafficking in Tuscaloosa, reported the Alabama Media Group.
According to Tuscaloosa police, authorities allegedly caught Fisher and Christopher Shane Rushing in possession of two active "one-pot" meth labs.
West Alabama Narcotics Task Force agents reportedly received a tip that a male suspect had deposited a backpack of meth lab items at an unidentified location. A second male suspect then picked up the backpack and took it to an address on the block where Fisher's law office sits.
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According to police, some officers watched the first suspect go to the office and leave with the backpack; both suspects, Fisher and Rushing, were subsequently arrested.
Agents searched one suspect's vehicle, and allegedly found an active "one-pot" meth lab.
Fisher hosts a talk show called, "Plain Talk, Easily Understood with NO Political Correctness," unsuccessfully ran for a state lawmaker position in 2010 and appeared at numerous Tea Party rallies with controversial Alabama justice Roy Moore, according to Raw Story.