WASHINGTON - A 31-year-old woman has been arrested in connection with the assault of two students at a DC elementary school, including a 6-year-old boy.
DC police say they have arrested Crystal Queen, who has been charged with two counts of assault.
She is suspected of attacking another woman's child on the school playground.
FOX 5 reported on May 18 that mother Aisha Diin said her 6-year-old son, Yosef, a first-grade student at Drew Elementary was pushed to the ground and suffered scratches on his face in two places on May 11.
The 6-year-old said that a woman "picked me up by my neck, threw me on the ground, scratched my face up."
“He had two Band-Aids on his face when I got there,” Diin said. “I had to put the rage aside because I wanted to know where the parent was,” Diin recalled.
A source told FOX 5 the parent was banned from the school, and then she removed her child from the school.
According to Diiin the attack began when “somebody had passed gas in his classroom. He had sprayed some Febreze and the Febreze had got on a student," she was told.
A police report was filed in this case and Diin was told a detective spoke to the woman who allegedly attacked her son.