Calls Cops On Parent Who Confronted Him About Decision
By MICHELLE THOMPSON
A Minnesota principal who allowed a boy accused of sexually assaulting two classmates to remain in school vowed to punish students if they staged a walkout – and then called cops on a concerned mom who questioned why the boy was allowed to prowl the same hallways as the alleged victims.
Parents in Zimmerman, a town about 40 miles north of Minneapolis, were left fuming at not only Principal Marco Voce but at the school board after it refused to address the allegations during a meeting on Monday.
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