A concealed carry licensee and Army veteran mom banned from her child’s elementary school last fall received a $1,000 cash settlement, plus reimbursement of legal fees, from the school after initiating legal action following the “no trespass” order.
The ugly incident was precipitated by the school’s principal snooping on the mom’s Facebook page and discovering that the mom was a concealed carry license holder. The principal, “Dr.” Janina Dallas, took the information about the woman’s CCW license to police and said she was scared of the parent.
Police later told the mother of the child that she was unwelcome at the school and interrogated her about her CCW status and her status serving in the U.S. Army.
The mother, Tanya Mount, pulled her child from the school and demanded an apology. When she failed to receive an apology, she initiated legal action.
The suit was settled in recent weeks for $1000 plus reimbursement of all legal expenses.
It’s too bad Janina Dallas didn’t have to pay the settlement out of her own pocket.