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Parent Attacks Teacher at Seminole County Elementary School

Last Tuesday, May 7, administrators, teachers, staff and students at Seminole County Elementary School were planning to celebrate teacher appreciation week, but those plans tragically changed before the school day even began.  
Donalsonville Police investigators report that around 7:35 Tuesday, morning, Seminole County Elementary teacher Louise Royal was monitoring the first grade hall when she noticed Neotha Fedd standing near the bathroom.  Fedd, who lives in Donalsonville and has a child currently in in the first grade at the school, had not signed in properly at the school’s office and was wandering the halls using profanity.
Royal approached Fedd and told her all visitors need to check in at the office. At that time, police and Royal report, Fedd snapped.
Fedd is accused of violently pushing Royal to the ground, kicking her repeatedly, dragging her down the hallway by her hair and beating her with the broken handle of a janitor’s broom.
Royal says as soon as other teachers and parents saw what was going on they stepped in and subdued Fedd. Some of the people assisting Royal were also attacked by Fedd.
Donalsonville Police and EMS responded. Royal was transported to the Donalsonville ER and was released later that afternoon. The incident occurred before school started so no students were in the immediate area; however, school officials put the entire campus into immediate lockdown.
49-year old Fedd has been denied bail and is currently being held in the Seminole County Jail charged with three felonies and three misdemeanors which include aggravated assault, battery on a school officer, obstruction of an officer, disrupting a public school, giving a false identity to a police officer, and third degree cruelty to children.  Authorities report that additional charges are pending.
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