A California dad has gotten a temporary restraining order against a fourth grader he says threatened his son with a knife at school.
Robert Casteel called the Riverside County Sheriff's Department and they confiscated a small pocket knife from the boy.
He was suspended for five days which Casteel feels is not enough punishment.
He says his 10-year-old son was terrified to go to school.
So, Casteel got the restraining order to keep him safe.
Sheriff's officials say: they've never seen a restraining order against someone so young involving school grounds.
The Riverside County District Attorney is now reviewing the case.
What is your take on this?
Do you feel the school district took this case seriously enough?
Or, was the dad right in taking a zero-tolerance policy and getting that restraining order?
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