The City of Yuma Prosecutor's Office announced Friday Sen. Don Shooter was charged with several offenses, after he barged into his grandson's classroom last March.
Shooter faces charges of criminal trespass, disorderly conduct, and interference with or disruption of an education institution. All of the charges are misdemeanors.
Shooter was put under the microscope in March, after an incident where he barged into his grandson's classroom at the EOC Charter High School in Yuma, and demanded to speak to his grandson's teacher. Shooter claimed his grandson was being bullied by the teacher.
Several days later a video was released, where another teacher was seen asking Shooter to leave several times.
The school later told News 11 they were enforcing security measures following the incident.
In April, Shooter released a statement, saying his grandson was being harassed and bullied by the teacher. He also said the teacher repeatedly bullied and humiliated his grandson in front of the class.
Shooter acknowledged he should have been more patient, and should have waited for an appointment with the teacher and principal.
An arraignment date has not been set.
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