A Kentucky center college principal was arrested Monday, his first on the job, based on native reviews.
Leroy Littles Sr., 44, began work Monday because the principal at Olmsted Academy North in Louisville. A “Welcome, Principal Littles” signal was positioned in entrance of the college, WDRB-TV reported.
Littles was taken into custody over a Dec. 25, 2022, home violence incident. He was served an arrest warrant on the college for fourth-degree assault and third-degree terroristic threatening.
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A police report obtained by the information outlet stated Littles had arrived at his girlfriend’s residence when she was seen leaving with an ex-boyfriend. As Littles started arguing along with her, he allegedly assaulted the previous boyfriend, who had accidents to his face and head.
When Hillview law enforcement officials arrived on the scene, Littles was gone.
The sufferer reportedly has video of the alleged assault and gave it to the Bullitt County Legal professional’s Workplace days after. The Jefferson County Public Faculties (JCPS) district issued a letter to oldsters concerning the arrest.
“You will have seen or heard native media tales about allegations towards Olmsted North Principal Leroy Littles, Sr. The costs are unrelated to JCPS,” it learn.
An assistant principal was positioned in control of the college, the district stated. Fox Information Digital has reached out to district officers.
Littles has labored for the district for 16 years, most lately as a principal intern at Waggener Excessive College earlier this college 12 months.