An attorney for 14-year-old Que’Chawn Wade claims a Pittsburgh police officer beat and tased the teen after he was accused of stealing a classmate’s cellphone. Image via Todd Hollis

An attorney for 14-year-old Que’Chawn Wade claims a police officer beat the teen after he was accused of stealing a classmate’s cellphone. A surveillance video of the incident was released by Wade's attorney, Todd Hollis.

The April 3 incident at Woodland Hills High School near Pittsburgh reportedly occurred after school officer Steve Shaulis threatened Wade with a court appearance for the theft of the cellphone, a crime that Wade reportedly denied. When Wade tried to exit the room, Shaulis allegedly called Wade a derogatory name before pulling him back inside and beating him.

According to Hollis, Wade heard over a walkie talkie that another teacher was carrying that he was being questioned about his involvement with the cellphone incident. Wade reportedly then walked to the office on his own.

Hollis released two videos without audio Tuesday. The first shows the April 3 incident involving Wade; the second is of an incident that occurred in March 2015 during which Shaulis put another student in a headlock and pushed the student to the ground, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Wednesday. The 2015 video appeared to show Shaulis using a stun gun as many as three times on the student while the school’s principal, Kevin Murray, held his the student’s head down.

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“When you send your child to school, you expect that your child is going to be treated with the utmost care,” Hollis told reporters Tuesday. “You expect that your child is going to come home better than when you left that child.”

The incident is the most recent in a string of alleged abuses by officials and staff at the school. Murray was put on paid administrative leave in December after a recording allegedly of the principal surfaced of him threatening to knock out a 14-year-old student’s teeth.

“I’m going to [expletive] punch you in the face. Man-to-man, bro.,” Murray allegedly said in the recording, according to the New York Daily News. “I don’t care if you are [expletive] 14-years-old or not. I will punch you in your face, and when we go down to court, it’s your word against mine, and mine wins every time.”

“Four kids have been injured as a result of some conduct by one or more administrators at the high school,” Hollis said.