DBPD Provides Security At Area Catholic School After Man Makes Threats

By on September 26, 2017 in WNDB News

Daytona Beach, FL – Daytona Beach Police had to provide extra security at Father Lopez Catholic High School in Daytona on Tuesday after a man who was denied a coaching job at the school said that bad things would happen if he wasn’t able to speak with the school president.

24-year-old Sean Fraser of Ormond Beach showed up at the school located at 3918 LPGA Blvd. on Monday morning. Fraser had applied for a coaching position in the summer, and police reports say he “wasn’t happy with the response he got from the school.”

Over the past couple months, Fraser had been corresponding by email with the athletic director and the president, and several of those emails from Fraser threatened legal actions and other actions he was not specific about, according to police records.

When Fraser arrived at the school on Monday, the door was locked, and he was denied access to speak with the school president, Pat La Morte. The school principal, Leigh Svajko, came out to tell Fraser that La Morte was not available. La Morte was the one who called police to report Fraser.

Fraser told Svajko that he would return on Tuesday at 9 AM and that bad things would happen if he was denied speaking with La Morte again. Police security was provided for the school on Tuesday, but, according to police reports, Fraser did not return as he had mentioned.

Copyright Southern Stone Communications 2017.



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