MEDINA, OH (WOIO) - A parent of a Medina High School student was arrested after an altercation involving a firearm in the school parking lot Friday.
Police say there was a verbal argument over a parking spot/vehicle moving, which escalated, and one of the participants, a 44-year-old male, allegedly pulled a gun and pointed it at the other male involved. The 44-year-old will soon face a charge of aggravated menacing.
The two men were there to pick up children when school released for the day.
No students were involved, and police said no one was in danger, but juveniles were in both vehicles.
The school resource officer responded with road officers. School security cameras do not cover that section of the parking lot, eliminating any chance of video evidence.
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