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Plymouth-Canton Community School officials told NBC News that it was dealt with "in accordance with the applicable district policies and the Student Code of Conduct."
The student's mother is the one who asked for the law to step in, WXYZ reported.
Bryce Lindley's mother, Cameishi Lindley told WXYZ she was not informed about any situation at the school, and she is sorry the student was injured, but that it should have been dealt with at the school and not in the courts.
Cameishi Lindley also said that if the child had a medical condition, maybe he should not have been playing the game in the first place.
Bryce Lindleywas suspended from his school on April 30, NBC News reported.
He was scheduled to appear in juvenile court Aug. 1 for pretrial meeting, WXYZ reported.
But the charges were dismissed a day before the meeting, NBC News reported.
County prosecutor Kym Worthy told NBC News in a statement that the charge was "certainly sustainable."
"I have no doubt that both families involved love their children and want the best for them. But I do think there is a better way to go forward at this time," Worthy told NBC News in the statement.
She said that she hopes both parents come to a "solution that benefits both of these children"