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Campbell school parent threatened with arrest

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CAMPBELL, Ohio - The parent of a Campbell School student has been warned that he'll face charges in court if he fails to comply with restrictions imposed after he allegedly threatened a school employee.

A letter dated March 21 from Campbell School Superintendent Mathew Bowen to parent Anthony Koulianos refers to a telephone call in which Koulianos allegedly used profanity and made threatening remarks about a middle school employee.

Bowen says in the letter that he had received several other complaints from school personnel regarding actions of Koulianos.

As a result, Bowen says that Koulianos may only enter a school facility after making an appointment, and when he gets to the school he must report to the office for guidance.

Koulianos must also refrain from using profanity or threats, and not become argumentative with school officials.

Campbell Police Chief Drew Rauzan also sent a letter warning Koulianos that if he fails to comply with the district's demands, and those actions are reported to the police, he will be arrested for criminal trespassing and ordered to appear in court.

The letter from the Chief says that Koulianos will not be warned, or asked to leave the premises voluntarily, but will be arrested. 

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