Three parents were charged after they were allegedly verbally and physically hostile towards a middle school principal in Louisiana.
The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office says the incident all stemmed from a late school bus, ArkLaTex reported.
Around 5 p.m. Sept. 7, Karen Christensen, 29, and Melissa Holman, 30, allegedly screamed profanities at the Donnie Bickham Middle School principal complaining about a late school bus, according to ArkLaTex.
Police say the principal explained she had no control over the bus driver’s schedules and would contact the transportation department about the issue, ArkLaTex reported.
The principal said she felt threatened as the parents continued to use foul language, according to ArkLaTex.
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In an attempt to get away, the principal walked outside and into her car, ArkLaTex reported.
As she pulled out, Holman allegedly blocked her car and Jeffrey McClain, 32, began banging on her window and tried to force it open, according to ArkLaTex.
At that point, the principal called the Caddo Sheriff’s Office, ArkLaTex reported.
Police arrested Christensen and McClain at their homes in Shreveport, Louisiana, according to ArkLaTex. Deputies also arrested Holman at her home this week, ArkLaTex reported.
All three parents were booked into Caddo Correctional Center and charged with unlawful disruption of the operation of a school, according to ArkLaTex.
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