A student at Double Churches Middle School was arrested Friday after interrupting school activities.
Two Columbus police officers were working school security detail around 8:15 a.m. when they were notified a 14-year-old boy was being disruptive.
When the two officers tried to talk to the teen, he tried to walk away, police said in a report. The student was restrained and handcuffed.
Police said during their investigation, the youth was being loud, cursing and pushing a rolling chair he was sitting in around the office.
The student was charged with obstruction of a police officer. His case was sent to Juvenile Court.