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Banned man returns to school property

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Andre Handley (Source: LMDC) Andre Handley (Source: LMDC)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – A former student, court ordered to have no contact with the school, showed up on school property.

On May 21, several witnesses said they saw Andre Handley, 19, on Iroquois High School's grounds. According to an arrest warrant, Handley was standing near the loading dock and in the school parking lot.

Two school employees recognized Handley and approached him, saying he was not supposed to be on school property. Hadley began walking towards Taylor Boulevard and stayed on the sidewalk. An officer approached him and explained he was to have no contact with Iroquois High School.

That officer said he saw Handley near the property several weeks prior to the incident.

On March 17, Handley was arrested for having a gun on school property.

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Handley is being charged with criminal trespassing.

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