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Rebecca Camp police report (Parts 1 and 2)

Here are the officials reports on the camp incident from the Dougherty County School System Police Department.

They have been edited for content by WALB.com.

On Wednesday February 14, 2007 at approximately 1615 hours the reporting officer was called to 2600 Trenton Lane (Sylvester Road Elementary School) in reference to a problem with a parent. The reporting officer arrived and contacted the principal Dr. Inyang. Dr. Inyang reported that a parent entered the school without checking into the office and went to a teacher's classroom accusing her of calling her son a fool. Dr. Inyang also reported that the parent also began to use vulgar and obscene language.

On Thursday February 15, 2007 the reporting officer made contact with the teacher Mrs. Angela Hill, black female, who reported that the (parent) Mrs. Camp approached her door approximately 1445 - 1500 hours, accusing her of calling her son a fool. Mrs. Hill also reported that she explained to Mrs. Camp that she did not call her son a fool nor had she had any contact with her son. Mrs. Hill further reported that Mrs. Camp stated that Mrs. Hill should be ashamed of her d--- self for getting on a child's level, and she would make sure that she was taken care of.

The reporting officer contacted a witness Mrs. Shanae Dunnaway who reported that she observed the incident from the start when Mrs. Camp first got to Mrs. Hill's classroom accusing her of calling her son a fool, then Mrs. Camp stated that Mrs. Hill should be ashamed of her d--- self. The reporting officer then contacted Mrs. Huff who reported her classroom is right across from Mrs. Hill's classroom and she observed the incident between Mrs. Camp and Mrs. Hill, where Mrs. Camp accused Mrs. Hill of calling her son a fool, which was not true because the student was in Mrs. Huff's classroom all day and Mrs. Hill had not been in Mrs. Huff's classroom all day.

Mrs. Huff also reported that Mrs. Camp was using profanity and calling Mrs. Hill a lie, and stated you should be ashamed of your d--- self. Mrs. Huff further reported that Mrs. Camp stated that she was going down town to talk to Mr. Keith about her a--.

The reporting officer was not unable to make contact with Mrs. Camp. The reporting officer was told that Mrs. Camp had called the school and stated that she was on her way to the school to meet with Dr. Inyang on Thursday, but never showed while the reporting officer was there. Mrs. Rebecca Camp, black female, is being charged with disorderly conduct on warrant number 0621.   

(Part 2)

On Friday, February 16, 2007 at approximately 1525 hours the reporting officer was contacted by the assistant principal Nancy Reimer, who reported that she heard a commotion in the K - 1 hallway. When she stepped into the hallway a parent (Mrs. Camp) nearly knocked her down, then started down the hallway screaming obscenities using terms "go to h---" and "m----- f------".

Mrs. Reimer also reported that she asked the teachers to go to their class rooms and asked Mrs. Camp to leave, which she left very slowly screaming the whole way out of the building. The reporting officer contacted Monica Huff who reported that she observed Mrs. Camp come into the school walked up to Mrs. Hill and herself using profanity saying her son said Mrs. Huff asked him for money and Mrs. Huff has no business asking him for any d--- money for a folder.

Mrs. Huff also reported that Mrs. Camp stated that she had sided with that b---- (Mrs. Hill) to mistreat her son. Then she stated "you don't ask my son for any m----- f----- money for a folder. Mrs. Huff reported that she stopped Mrs. Camp and said "let me explain the situation to you" in a very calm manner, which she did but Mrs. Camp continued.

The reporting officer contacted Mrs. Beverly Knighton Harris who reported that Mrs. Camp pushed past Mrs. Reimer and verbally assaulted her, and threatened to beat her a-- and do her bodily harm. Mrs. Harris also reported that Mrs. Camp had already cursed two teachers before she turned back and started on her, saying that she was going to scrub the floor with her a-- and send her to h---.

The reporting officer contacted Mrs. Hill who reported that she Mrs. Camp accused Mrs. Huff of treating her son badly because Mrs. Huff is friends with that b---- (Mrs. Hill). Mrs. Camp also told Mrs. Huff that she better not say anything else to her child.

Mrs. Hill also reported that Mrs. Camp attacked another teacher Mrs. Harris. Mrs. Camp told Mrs. Harris she need a m----- f----- life and that she would beat her G-- d--- a-- and scrub the floor with Mrs. Harris. The reporting officer contacted Lourie Bonner who reported that Mrs. Camp was cursing and verbally attacked Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Huff.

The reporting officer was unable to make contact with Mrs. Camp. Mrs. Camp is being charged with terroristic threats and acts, and disorderly conduct warrant number # 0623 Terroristic threats and acts, and 0624, Disrupting a public school 20-2-118 wt# 0626.  

 

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