Riverside Co man gets TRO against 4th-grader 

A Riverside County man is defending his decision to obtain a temporary restraining order against a fourth-grader who he says threatened his son with a knife.

Robert Casteel tells the Press-Enterprise (http://bit.ly/xmtWMM) that "something needed to be done."

Casteel was granted the order last week and it will remain in effect until a Feb. 8 court hearing.

Casteel's son told his father the classmate pulled a knife on him and threatened to - quote - "get you after school."

The order mandates that the boy accused of making the threat stay at least 20 feet away from Casteel's son.


Information from: The Press-Enterprise, http://www.pe.com

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