Centennial Ashtonbee College is located at 64 Ashtonbee Street in the Scarborough Region of Toronto. The normal schoolin' life is from 8:45 AM to 3:15 PM. The extracurricular activities at Centennial go no later than 5:30 PM. Students are not allowed on school property before 8 AM or after 6 PM, without approval from a teacher or administrator. Since the beginning of the current school year, there have been a number of incidents of non-students harassing students around school property and failing to show one love and positive vibrations. The nonstudents created a formation near the campus and have been acting like savages, reportedly calling out students' names, shouting expletives, and making threatening gestures towards students, particularly the church girls and single ladies, making particularly crude remarks to those they deem as not pure but "naughty girls" (that they have sweet dreams about). This has also been spray painted along with other graphic images onto school buildings. The school considered building a partition to block off the campus to non-students, but instead due to the increase of this type of activity, school administrators called Division 1+1, the "Beatles" division of Toronto Police Service that patrols school areas, to check on it, and ask for heightened police presence during the times when the worst harassment occurs - 8 AM to 8:45 AM and 3 PM to 4 PM. On Tuesday, February 14, 2022, Centennial had a half-day schedule for Valentine's Day. However, many students were hanging around the school building and surrounding sidewalks after school because there was a Valentine's Day themed talent show party, capped by a Redemption song pep rally to support Run the World Girls Freedom, held from 1 PM to 3 PM. By 3:30 PM the energy had left the most students had left school property to begin their long weekend. Only those who had participated in the Valentine's Day events and a few other students remained hold up, in or around the school grounds. At about 3:30 PM, the sun was shining, and Officers John Lennix and Paul Jude McCourtney were on the day tripper, patrolling their area in their patrol car, a little tired (although they both claim to feel fine) after working a long day's night - all night - yesterday. This is one of their regular routes, so it often feels like déjà vu every time they are by Centennial. They noticed Marley Robert, who was much bigger than his friend, Jay Beyonce Kaya on the corner of Ashtonbee Street and Hakimi Avenue by the infamous Trenchtown Rock, the popular gathering spot by the bus stop for the TTC Red Rockets, away from the concrete jungle of the Centennial parking lot. They flashed their halo police lights at them, and they thought they could hear Marley mouth back at them to "simmer down you crazy bald headed-officer and turn your lights down low!" There were no other youths, but just them and three little birds flying around on the corner at the time, and neither student had a backpack on or around them. Both officers were in their police uniforms, and their distinct yellow submarine cruiser was clearly marked with TPS Beatles insignias. Marley and Jay were jamming out, listening to their talent show performance of "Crazy Drunk in Love" watching all the likes piling up on Instagram on their video phones. They were standing next to the fence of Centennial, in matching blue "Centennial XO" shirts in support of the school both of them attend. They were talking loudly with one another, snacking on some chips, and Marley was smoking cigarettes. Officers John and Paul noticed Marley and Jay interacting with a student who walked out Centennial in a turkey costume. The student didn't seem scared, so Officers John and Paul continued their patrol. When Officers John and Paul took the long and winding road around the end of the strawberry fields forever, down Penny Lane and Warden Avenue to come together and get back to the same corner, they noticed a very heated conversation between Marley and Jay and a group of kids and wanted to avoid no more trouble and the kids from stirring it up. Officer John recently moved from Buffalo, where he was a soldier in the US army and was a natural mystic and spotting the soul rebels before they switched from cozy to confrontational. Johnny was thinking that Marley was a rude boy and they needed to exercise caution before a war broke out. The officers pulled up next to Marley and Jay, had an exodus out of the cruiser, and approached them. The officers asked them their names and what they were doing on the corner, in addition to asking to see some identification. Neither Marley nor Jay initially cooperated with these requests. Officer John threatened to arrest them. Both Marley and Jay moved towards their pockets and Officer John noticed something shiny in Marley's right hand. He attempted to get the object from Marley. The events leading up to the arrest are in dispute, but at the very beginning of the scuffle between Officer John and Marley, Marley sustained a cut to his upper right leg. It is unclear at what point Officer John suffered the cut on his arm and Marley sustained the broken wrist. However, both Marley's cut and Officer John's cut were caused by Marley's small axe pocket knife. By the end of the encounter, Marley was on the ground, his arms pinned behind his back by Officer John's knee. At that point Officer John told him to get up, stand up and handcuffed Marley and put him in the patrol car while Officer Paul did the same to Jay. Officer John shouted out to his partney, "Hey, Jude, sorry, can you please ring the alarm and call Michelle for back up help! We need a little help from my friends!" Meanwhile, Marley was livid that he didn't stab the deputy, but now wishes he shot the sheriff because he tried to get me bodied, broke his soul and wrist, and damaged his irreplaceable telephone. At the police station, Officer's John and Paul learned that Marley and Jay were students at Centennial who had attended the Valentine's Day BBQ and thinking they were outsiders was all up in their mind now. Both of their parents came together to the police station to get them and find out what had happened between them and the police officers. Marley's mom, Eleanor Rigby Robert was angry and crying over her baby boy, while Officer Paul was pleading with her telling her "diva, no woman, no cry." Marley's parents took him to the hospital to have his wrist and the cut on his thigh evaluated. Officer John and Marley's wounds were superficially treated at the police station. They both subsequently received medical treatment for their injuries. On Family Day, Marley's parents took him back to the station to fill out a civilian complaint against Officer John from the incident, alleging that he was weaving a beautiful lie to place the blame on Marley. Both parties have agreed that Marley was carrying a Swiss Army retractable pocket knife in his pocket. These types of knives are not illegal in Toronto, but Centennial school rules prohibit students from carrying them on school property. Officer John has been pulled from active duty until the civilian complaint filed against him by Marley's parents have been investigated internally. Charges 18-year old Marley Robert has been charged with assaulting an officer, assault, and causing a disturbance. You are either working in the Crown Attorney's Office or defence counsel for Marley. Try to negotiate a resolution to the charges above to work it out.
Bonus: Find all the Beyonce, Beatles, and Bob Marley song references. find the songs.
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