Middle School Principal Arrested on His First Day on the Job, Charged with Making Terroristic Threats

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On his first day in his new job, the principal of a Louisville, Kentucky, middle school was arrested for making terroristic threats.

WAVE-TV reported Leroy Littles was arrested Monday on a warrant from the Hillview Police Department, according to the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Office. Hillview is in Bullitt County, which is adjacent to Louisville.

Littles was arrested at Olmsted Academy North, where he was just starting his new post as principal, according to the Louisville Courier-Journal.

He was charged with terroristic threatening and assault fourth degree over a Christmas Day incident, WAVE reported.

The arrest was not connected to Littles’ employment with the Jefferson County Public Schools, the district said in a statement.

According to the complaint against Littles, a man was leaving his home with his former girlfriend, who was the current girlfriend of Littles, on Dec. 25 when the incident took place.

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