JCPS father who was arrested after outburst on school bus ordered to probation

A Louisville man who was arrested after a video showed him on a Jefferson County Public School bus threatening students has been ordered to probation.
Published: Sep. 28, 2022 at 12:59 PM EDT
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - A Louisville man who was arrested after a video showed him on a Jefferson County Public School bus threatening students has been ordered to probation.

During a hearing on Wednesday, Delvantae King, who is a parent of a JCPS student, must enroll in anger management and have no contact with JCPS employees or locations.

Back in August, King told WAVE News he regretted what happened but didn’t regret standing up for his daughter, whom he said was being bullied.

“I shouldn’t have did that,” he said, “but for my child, if that’s the length I’ve got to go... I don’t physically want to harm nobody. I’m not here to do that. But verbally, vocally, I’m going to say what’s got to be said so you understand to leave my child alone.”

On top of terroristic threatening, King pleaded guilty to menacing and disorderly conduct.