RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- All is quiet now, but just over an hour ago, the Washoe County School District Administrative Building in Reno was on a precautionary code yellow lockdown and Reno Police were on scene. All of this was because one parent, Larry Dailey, says he was trying to follow district procedure to file an official complaint.
Last year, Dailey was arrested live on News 4, taken away in handcuffs when he attempted to speak at WCSD Superintendent Pedro Martinez's annual review.
On Thursday, Dailey was once again confronted by police, but this time he did not leave in handcuffs. He said, one year later, even after winning a lawsuit, he's still unhappy with the district's response to his concerns about his child's well-being.
"I tried to follow their complaint procedures to try to get a resolution because obviously the stuff we tried in the past didn't work. When it got up to Pedro Martinez's level, when I asked for a meeting with him to file a complaint, he never responded. I was told he was not available, not when he was available. I can show you in writing and he basically didn't follow procedures that say when you call or write they have to respond to you and listen carefully," said Dailey. For links to News 4's Ashley Cullins' previous reports, click here. Stay with us for this developing story.