TULSA, OK -- The parent of student upset about how other students were treating his daughter faces arrest Friday.
The man was reportedly at the school having lunch with his daughter at Union's 6th and 7th Grade Center when he made some comments to other students who he felt had been bullying his daughter. School officials felt his remarks were inappropriate and asked him to leave.
According to Tulsa Police Officer Craig Murray, the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office requested TPD's help after the man returned to the school and implied he had a gun. Murray says no one ever saw the gun.
By the time police officers and sheriff's deputies arrived, the unidentified man had left the campus.
Murray says after talking to the daughter, they expect to make an arrest in the case.