BATON ROUGE, La. —
A Louisiana faculty principal is accused of locking a 5-yr-previous woman in a closet.
Baton Rouge police say Shafeeq Syid Shamsid Deen, the principal at Laurel Oaks Constitution Faculty, turned himself in Friday and was arrested on fees of cruelty to a juvenile and false imprisonment.
A press release from Police Sgt. L’Jean Mckneely Jr. says Deen, 31, is accused of locking a scholar in a cafeteria closet on August 22.
Information media report that the kindergarten scholar was hysterical when academics heard her screams and located her.
The constitution faculty’s board suspended Deen on Thursday whereas it investigates. Its chairwoman and vice-chairman couldn’t instantly be reached for remark Friday.
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