HUDSON, Fla. - The chaos inside Fivay High School started around 9:00 Thursday morning. Students say they saw a mother and two sisters attacking the school resource officer.
"I was like this is the first three weeks of school, first period and I was like 'Woah,' this is weird," said Fivay student Austin Lake.
Authorities say the mother, 35-year-old Narci Vazquez-Carillo was meeting with an assistant principal when her 16-year-old daughter left the conference room and shoved a sheriff's deputy in the chest.
"At the same time, the mother of the student came into the hallway and then started hitting the deputy as well," said Sheriff's Office spokesperson Doug Tobin.
Then the Sheriff's Office says the teen's sister joined in too, punching the deputy and grabbing his shirt.
Other staff members tried to break up the fight. Eventually, the deputy used a stun gun on the first teen who attacked.
"When it happened, you heard it. It was around the school within five seconds," said student Jillian Landes.
School officials aren't saying why the family was meeting with the assistant principal or what may have caused the violence.
But students say they can't believe someone's mother was allegedly involved in the fight.
Another student, Lynzi Castimore, said, "It's about the kids, why would they be fighting? They are supposed to be adults. They need to be more grown up," said student Lynzi Castimore.
There were no serious injuries. The two teens were both taken to the Juvenile Assessment Center. Vazquez-Carillo is in the Land O'Lakes jail. All three are charged with battery of a law enforcement officer.
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