Indiana Parent Blasted With Taser After Debate Over School Dress Code
An Indiana parent involved in a heated debate over the dress code of a local high school suffered minor injuries yesterday afternoon after authorities blasted him with Taser.
According to reports, Jason D. Whitehouse had a 2 p.m. appointment to speak with an official of Greenfield High School in Indianapolis about his daughter’s supposed violation of dress code policy.
However, it didn’t take long before the discussion turned into a mad house frenzy, and soon a school security officer was forced to escort Whitehouse from the facility.
Once outside, Whitehouse reportedly pulled away from the officer and got aggressive, as if he planned to give him a Hancock County beat down. The officer, obviously feeling the need to diffuse the situation as quickly as possible, shot Whitehouse with his Taser and dropped him right next to the monkey bars.
Whitehouse was taken to a nearby hospital where he was treated for minor injuries. He could be facing charges of resisting arrest among others.