Father Threatens To Use AR-15 For Son's 1st Grade School Bullies

A Washington father threatened to send his brother to school with an AR-15 after his son was injured by bullies.

Lyons, IL – An Illinois father got on Facebook and threatened to have an uncle show up at the school with an AR-15 after his son was pushed into a bookshelf by bullies and had to be treated for a head injury.

On March 22, Paul Chapman posted a photo of his brother in uniform, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.

Chapman, 43, posted that his brother would go to an elementary school in “full uniform” with an AR-15 to “make an impression” on first-graders who had bullied his son, according to prosecutors.

Then he called his son in sick to school the next day, according to WFLD-TV.

Chapman was arrested on March 23 after school officials were alerted to the threat.

Five of the school district’s 130 elementary schools were placed on “soft lockdown,” the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Police said no students were ever in any danger.

Chapman charged with felony disorderly conduct and his bail was set at $10,000 by Judge John Lyke Jr, WFLD reported.

Lyons is a village that is about 14 miles west of Chicago.

Chapman’s lawyer said his client never threatened any specific person or place in his post.

This was not the first father to take this same tact recently.

A father was arrested on Jan. 24 in Granite Falls, Washington, after he went to the school office and told administrators he would come back with a gun if they didn’t do something about students bullying his daughter, The Daily Herald reported.

“If my daughter keeps getting bullied, [I’m] going to come to the school with a gun and take care of the kids [myself],” the father told the staff of Granite Falls Middle School, according to police reports filed in court. “It’s not a threat. I will come here with a gun. I will take a life sentence for my children.”

The father, who didn’t actually own a gun, was arrested and booked into jail while police investigated him for felony harassment, according to Granite Falls Police Chief Christopher Ferreira said.

Comments (8)
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Hi_estComnDenomn
Hi_estComnDenomn

No comments calling this guy a thug? I'm shocked!

No I'm not.

RunCop
RunCop

He's a thug just not an animal thug like the lowest common denominator.

withtheblue
withtheblue

I understand where a parent whose child is being bullied would want it to stop, however, This father had other options to try and should never had done this. I do sympathize with him want to protect his child from being hurt again by bullies, He should have went to the school and spoke to the superintendent, Administrator Principle first. or even went to the police since his child was hurt. Unfortunately, he choose the wrong path and is paying for it as he should.

JBo
JBo

This guy should have a vasectomy...he's too stupid to have more children and WTH is that thing on his lip?!?!

ProGODProUSA
ProGODProUSA

Hey JBo, do we really want to know? It might erupt ...