A Highlands Middle School security guard went before a judge Friday morning following an incident with one of the school's students.
Gregory Holmes, 32, was arrested by Duval County School Board Police Thursday. Holmes is facing aggravated abuse and child neglect charges.
The judge found probable cause in his case and his bond is set at $25,003. Holmes' next court date is March 5.
In a call to parents, Principal Wilcox said Holmes, was taken into custody but did not get specific as to why.
DCPS said the incident, which wasn't revealed in the news release, happened on Feb. 11. Following the incident, Holmes went home.
Holmes was asked to return to the district's administrative offices to receive information about his employment. When he returned, school police took him into custody without incident.
Holmes remains employed with the district. If he is able to return to work, he will be reassigned to a role with no contact.
He started with the district in April 2019, resigned in August 2019 due to personal reasons, and was rehired in October 2019.
First Coast News has requested the official police report on this incident.