RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- The Nevada Attorney General's Office is investigating an open meeting law complaint filed a parent who was arrested for trespassing at a Washoe County school board meeting earlier this month.
Larry Dailey, the parent of a special needs student in the Washoe County School District, filed the complaint on Jun. 11. That same day, he was arrested by police for violating a no trespass warning. The Attorney General's Office would not comment, but News 4 has confirmed a senior deputy attorney general has been assigned to look into the case.
WCSD claims Dailey made repeated and significant threats against school district employees but the district has still not provided any proof of those alleged threats.