Yuba County Parents Arrested for Attacking Lindhurst High School Principal


Two parents have been arrested in Yuba County on charges of attacking a high school principal after their student was injured in a fight. , one incident led to another. On September 28, deputies showed up at the school after receiving a call about several teenagers fighting near the school. The fight was so bad, the sheriff’s office said, that one of the kids had to leave. to the hospital for treatment. The school’s principal, Chris Schmidt, addressed the issue that evening. Write the following message – obtained by KCRA 3 – to the high school community: “Disruptions like this are inconsistent with our school’s core values ​​and distract from teaching and learning. Students involved in this disruption now face disciplinary action, which may include suspension and expulsion. Please reinforce with your child that fighting is never an acceptable way to resolve a conflict,” the statement read. The day after the fight, the injured minor’s parents, James Renshaw Sr. and Tabitha Heidbreider, showed up at the school, the sheriff’s office said. The two entered the office and Renshaw Sr. immediately began assaulting the manager, authorities say. Deputies arrived and arrested Renshaw Sr. shortly thereafter. Heidbreider had left the school grounds, according to the sheriff’s office. After obtaining a warrant to search the couple’s home, deputies said they found a homemade firearm without a serial number. The sheriff’s office said confirmed that the so-called “Ghost Gun” was brought onto school grounds by parents. student learning and happiness unless safety is present. This security was compromised yesterday. A situation like this leaves a trail of trauma that permeates the system and forces us all to breathe and establish our trust in this beautiful school and the programs it provides,” the statement read. Parents and staff members who spoke with KCRA 3 said a new security lock system had been installed on the office door, which remains locked at all times. They also said a new CCTV camera has been installed just above the office door and a security guard is now on duty outside the office during school hours.Renshaw Sr. and Heidbreider face a long list of charges, including:Child endangermentCelon in possession of a firearmCarrying a concealed firearm in a vehicleCarrying a loaded firearm in a public placeCelon in possession of ammunitionPossession of a weapon on a school campusManufacturing or assembling a firearmAssault on a school employee (Renshaw Sr. only)

Two parents have been arrested in Yuba County on charges of assaulting a high school principal after their student was injured in a fight.

The violent incidents happened two weeks ago on and near Lindhurst High School in Olivehurst and, according to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Office, one incident led to another.

On September 28, deputies showed up at the school after receiving a call about several teenagers fighting near the school grounds.

The fight got so bad, the sheriff’s office said, that one of the children had to go to the hospital for treatment.

The school’s principal, Chris Schmidt, addressed the issue that evening. Write the following message – obtained by KCRA 3 – to the high school community:

“Disturbances like this are inconsistent with our school’s core values, and they distract from teaching and learning. Students involved in this disruption now face disciplinary action, which can include suspension and expulsion. Please reinforce with your child that fighting is never an acceptable way to resolve a conflict,” the statement read.

The day after the fight, the injured minor’s parents, James Renshaw Sr. and Tabitha Heidbreider, showed up at the school, the sheriff’s office said. The two entered the office and Renshaw Sr. immediately began assaulting the manager, authorities say.

Deputies arrived and arrested Renshaw Sr. shortly thereafter. Heidbreider had left the school grounds, according to the sheriff’s office.

After obtaining a warrant to search the couple’s home, deputies said they found a self-made weapon without a serial number.

The sheriff’s office says it confirmed the so-called “ghost gun” was brought onto the school grounds by the parents.

Following the school principal’s assault, Marysville Unified School District Superintendent Fal Asrani released a statement, obtained by KCRA 3, which reads:

“Schools cannot fulfill their purpose of being places of learning and happiness for students without safety. That safety was compromised yesterday. A situation like this leaves a trail of trauma that permeates the system and we forces everyone to breathe and establishes our faith in this beautiful school and the programs it offers,” the statement read.

Parents and staff members who spoke with KCRA 3 said a new security lock system had been installed on the office door, which remains locked at all times.

They also said a new CCTV camera had been installed just above the office door and a security guard was now on duty outside the office during school hours.

Renshaw Sr. and Heidbreider face a long list of charges, including:

  • Endangerment of children
  • Felon in possession of a firearm
  • Carrying a Concealed Firearm in a Vehicle
  • Carry a loaded weapon in a public place
  • Felon in possession of ammunition
  • Possession of a weapon on a school campus
  • Manufacture or assembly of a firearm
  • Assault on school employee (Renshaw Sr. only)

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