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FDL Man Charged For Knife Incident At School

31-May-2014
The 54-year-old Fond du Lac man who tried to stab another parent at Evans Elementary School Wednesday afternoon was charged in Fond du Lac County Court Friday. Bond was set a $10,000 cash for Leonard Dake who was chared with 2nd degree recklessly endangering safety, possession of a dangerous weapon at a school, disorderly conduct and resisting an officer. According to the criminal complaint Dake was confronted at the school by another parent, an off-duty Fond du Lac firefighter and paramedic ,about a reckless driving incident the day before. Dake allegedly pulled a knife and during the confrontation lunged at the other man three times. However no one was injured during the incident. When police arrived Dake refused to get out of his car and fearing for his own safety and children who were starting to get out of school tan officer used a stun gun on Dake. Police found two knives in his pants and others in his car. Dake is the grandparent of a child that attends Evans. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for next Friday.
 
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Anonymous commented on 31-May-2014 08:37 AM3 out of 5 stars
Honestly I hope this opens some eyes, and how alert you need to be with people. Parking, pickup and drop off at schools are time consuming frustrating and stressful. Mostly because of inconsiderate people who speed, dive into spots, double park etc. I personally would like to see a greater police presence at drop off and pick up. Remind drivers to abide the slower speed limits, Johnson st. for sure. Stay off your phones and give room for other cars.

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