Man accused of disrupting school

GRAYSON -- Police arrested a Grayson Elementary School parent this week after he directed a foul-mouthed tirade in the school's front office at staff members, a Gwinnett Public Schools official said Thursday.

Grayson resident Vincent Steele III, 36, was booked by school police Wednesday on misdemeanor charges of disrupting a public school.

Steele is accused of starting an argument Wednesday in the school's office and using profanity against staff members and the school's principal.

Other parents and some students witnessed the disruption, said Jorge Quintana, Gwinnett Public Schools spokesman.

Steele was released from the Gwinnett County Jail the following day.

As a condition of his $1,300 bond, Steele cannot contact or visit the Grayson Parkway school, his arrest warrant says.