Local news sources state that a middle school principal in Kentucky was detained on Monday, his first official workday.
The 44-year-old Leroy Littles Sr. began his job as the principal of Olmsted Academy North in Louisville on Monday. According to WDRB-TV, a sign reading “Welcome, Principal Littles” was put in front of the school.
Littles was detained following a domestic violence incident on December 25, 2022. He was served with an arrest warrant at the school for third-degree terroristic threat and fourth-degree assault.
According to a police record that the news organization could get, Littles arrived at his girlfriend’s house when she was seen leaving with an ex-boyfriend.
After they argued, Littles allegedly assaulted the former partner, who injured his face and head. Littles was gone when Hillview police officers arrived on the site.
According to reports, the victim has footage of the alleged attack, which she reportedly provided to the Bullitt County Attorney’s Office a few days later. The Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) district’s letter informed parents of the arrest.
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“You may have seen or heard local media stories about allegations against Olmsted North Principal Leroy Littles, Sr. The charges are unrelated to JCPS,” Read it.
According to the district, an assistant principal was appointed to lead the school. Fox News Digital has contacted District officials.
16 years ago, Littles began working for the district; earlier this academic year, he served as a principal intern at Waggener High School.