Parent arrested for trespassing at school board meeting plans to sue

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Updated: 6/25/2013 6:27 pm
RENO, Nev. (KRNV & -- The parent arrested for trespassing at a Washoe County School Board meeting on Jun. 11, Larry Dailey, plans to to sue Washoe County School District for false arrest and violation of his civil rights.

Dailey has hired Attorney Ken McKenna to represent him.

The case of is being sent to the Sparks City Attorney's office for possible prosecution.  Dailey first received a trespass warning in February.  The school district says he made significant and repeated threats, but so far, they have not been able to show any proof of that.  He was arrested for violating that trespass warning when he showed up at the school board meeting on June 11.

The Reno City Attorney's Office says they can't prosecute the case because of a conflict, as the wife of the school district's lawyer works in the City Attorney's Office.

The school board is currently meeting to see if they will formally charge Dailey. So far, they have decided they need a written policy for trespass warnings, which is something they do not have currently. We will have more updates for you on this story at News 4 at 11.

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morant12 - 6/26/2013 5:20 AM
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tonysam - 6/25/2013 5:35 PM
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The district doesn't pay, anyway--it's the insurance company that shells out the money.

Pastollo - 6/25/2013 5:16 PM
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I just hope he sues for an apology, and not money. Our schools don't have enough funds as is. I do believe the school officials need to take a step back and realize that the children that they are entrusted with are not their children, they are ours the parents, and they (the school board) need to better learn how to accommodate the parents need in this new era we apparently live in.

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