The mother of three special needs children is suing the Killeen Independent School District for personal damages, alleging her civil rights were violated when she was arrested by Killeen ISD police in 2012.
According to the lawsuit, Carol Davis, 42, went to the KISD administration building on July, 9 2012 to receive records about her son's education for a federal special education hearing against KISD set to begin on August 1, 2012.
Davis alleges in the lawsuit during the meeting, she was assaulted by KISD professional standards administrator, Tom Schatte and District coordinator for compliance, Amy Foster. Davis was taken by ambulance to the hospital.
On August 1, 2012, two KISD police officers out of uniform allegedly approached Davis' home and told her to turn herself in regarding the incident in the administration building. She did not.
According to a Killeen Police Department arrest record, Davis was arrested for assault with bodily injury on August 2, 2012 after a warrant was issued. She was released that same day.
KISD officials are alleging it was Davis whom assaulted them. A trial on the assault charges is set for August 2014.
A date for the lawsuit hearing has not been set.
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