Ohio Dad Arrested After Repeatedly Calling School Complaining About Child’s Homework: Police

Adam Sizemore faces charges of menacing and telecommunications harassment

<p>Butler County Jail</p> Adam Sizemore

Butler County Jail

Adam Sizemore

An Ohio father was arrested after he allegedly called his son's school and local police several times to complain about homework, authorities tell PEOPLE.

Adam Sizemore allegedly placed the calls to the Oxford school between Feb. 29 and March 1, the Oxford Police Department says.

He first called the school and demanded to speak with the principal, who was unavailable to speak, police allege. He then spoke with several staff members, allegedly “becoming disruptive to school staff and becoming rude while using curse words,” the department alleges.

He allegedly continued his “tirade” into the next day when he kept calling and cursing at staff and the principal, police claim.

He then allegedly began calling the Oxford Police Department, doing so 18 times in less than an hour, per the department estimate, the spokesperson says.

He was later arrested and booked into the Butler County Jail, per police, and charged with two counts of telecommunications harassment and one count of menacing.

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Sizemore has since been released and is scheduled for a court appearance later this month, when he will enter his plea. Oxford Police tells PEOPLE there is currently no record of an attorney in his case file.

If convicted, Sizemore faces up to six months in jail and a $1,000.00 fine for each count of harassment and up to 30 days in jail for the menacing charges, according to police.  

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