Girl, 6, Charged With Felony For Kicking Teacher's Aide POSTED: 7:25 am EDT May 31, 2006 NAPLES, Fla. -- A 6-year-old special education student who kicked a Naples teacher's aide and spent several hours in juvenile jail is facing felony battery charges. Her mother, however, wants to know why the case has gone so far. Takovia Allen suffers from behavioral problems and attends a special class at Lely Elementary in Naples. According to an arrest report, on May 2 a teacher was trying to line up students to go to music class. Takovia refused to go and kicked the teacher's aide in the ankle. After a discussion among school officials and two law enforcement officials called to the school, the girl was arrested. Takovia was taken to juvenile jail and held there for several hours before being released to her mother. :doh: She is being charged with battery on a public education employee. It's possible she will enter a program that includes counseling. If she completes the program successfully the charges could be dropped. When my son was in kindergarten ,he accidentally tripped his elderly teacher; and she fell to the floor . Thank God it was the 70's before political "correctness"/zero tolerance.As it was , he came out of school that day white as a sheet and mortified . Had he been taken to jail , he could have been scarred for life .. They "jail" a six year old ;and a would be murderer sits at home after repeated attemps to murder a child .