The Tampa Bay Times reports:
Twenty-five parents had turned out to Tuesday’s Pinellas County School Board meeting, some with their children, to argue against a masking policy to combat the coronavirus.
Things were fine until they tried to leave. Several parents said school district police stopped them, saying they had to wear masks in order to walk through the building. One, Kari Turner, was arrested in front of her two children.
On a video that circulated around social media, her teenage daughter can be heard shrieking, “That’s my mom! That’s my mom!” School district police charged Turner, 40, with battery on a law enforcement officer, trespassing, and disorderly conduct.