SCV School Districts To Continue Restraining Order On Eric Yee
Saugus Union and Hart district officials sought a permanent restraining order Wednesday against Valencia High School grad Eric Yee.
“Until the criminal situation is resolved, the temporary restraining order stays in effect,” said Joan Lucid, superintendent of Saugus Union. “Every school in the Hart district and every school in the Saugus district has a restraining order against Mr. Yee.”
Yee, 21, asked to have his restraining order case continued in court until the disposition of his criminal case could be taken care of.
Yee was arrested in September, following comments he made on an ESPN blog allegedly stating that he was looking out the window and wouldn’t mind killing school children. Yee was soon ordered to stay away from schools in both districts and later charged for possession of illegal firearms.
Yee and his father pled not guilty on possession of illegal firearms
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