The 32-year-old parent, who allegedly threatened a school principal in Paphos for the Covid-19 measures, denies any involvement in the case.
According to Paphos Assistant Police Director Michalis Ioannou, the 32-year-old student's parent was arrested yesterday for threatening a case against the Director of Emba Primary School, in connection with the implementation of the provisions of the decree of the Ministry of Health, Paphos Police is investigating. After being charged in writing, he was released and later summoned to court.
The 32-year-old interrogator, however, said Mr. Ioannou, denies any involvement in the case and told investigators that he did not threaten the Principal of Emba Primary School and that he simply wanted to talk to her.
According to the Assistant Police Director of Paphos, Michalis Ioannou, on Tuesday, January 11, 2022, around noon, the Director of the Paphos Primary School reported to the Paphos Police Department that on the same day a 32-year-old man living in Paphos telephoned of the School and demanded that the employee of the Secretariat talk to the Principal of the school.
The employee stated that at the moment the Director could not speak and then he allegedly threatened to go to the complainant's residence and cause harm to her husband and children.
As complained by the complainant, this person often communicates with the school, demanding and threatening for various issues related to the provisions of the decree of the Ministry of Health for the coronavirus.
An arrest warrant was issued against the 32-year-old and the Paphos Police continues the examinations. Yesterday, the 32-year-old was arrested and detained, after which he was charged in writing and released to be summoned to court later.