TN Father Arrested For Picking up Kids From School.

Jim Howe was arrested by School Resource Officer Avery Aytes for not taking proper protocol when picking up his kids at an elementary school in Tennessee.

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Jim Howe was arrested by School Resource Officer Avery Aytes for not taking proper protocol when picking up his kids at an elementary school in Tennessee.

Wow just when you thought you've heard it all!  There's men out here you cant pay to come get there children; Here you have this man just wanting to get his kids and get home.  Don't nobody have time for all that hoopla they had this man and every other parent going through. 
 
 The fact they arrested this men attributes to the fact that we are living in a Police States, his rights were completely violated.  How are you to tell him how he should pick up his kids.. I'm floored read this story after the Break....
 

A Tennessee man was arrested after trying to pick his children up from their elementary school last week because he did not follow the proper pickup procedures.

Jim Howe, 40, a resident of Crossville Tenn., posted a video on YouTube from when he was arrested for disorderly conduct at the South Cumberland Elementary School. Howe can be seen in the video arguing with School Resource Officer Avery Aytes over the school's policy for picking up children.

"The county jail is where you're going," Aytes said at one point of the conversation.
"That's fine, I've been there before," Howe answered.
"Good, you're about to go there again," Aytes said.


True to his word, Aytes eventually did handcuff Howe and charged him with disorderly conduct as he was led into a county sheriff's vehicle. Howe told The Daily News Wednesday he was released and faces a Dec. 2 court date.


The controversy stems over a change in the procedure last week. Before, parents could park in the lot and come into the school to pick up the children, Howe said. But now the parents must wait in their vehicles and line up on the side of a local highway -- which Howe said stretches a mile and is a safety concern.

The father of an 8- and 14-year-old said he learned of the policy when it went into effect Nov. 12 and got into an argument with Aytes when he tried to pick up his kids on foot.

Aytes told Howe to get back into his vehicle.
"You are the only one -- the only one -- who is making a big deal out of this," the officer said. He later asked Howe is he "was proud of himself."
So on Thursday, Howe said he decided to walk to the school instead of waiting in the long line.
That's when he got arrested.


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