The Star Beacon; Ashtabula, Ohio

February 22, 2014

Mom indicted in knife at school incident

By WARREN DILLAWAY - warren@starbeacon.com
Star Beacon

JEFFERSON — A Conneaut woman was indicted earlier this week on a charge of illegal conveyance of a dangerous weapon on school premises following a Jan. 15 incident in the parking lot of Kingsville Elementary School.

Dora L. Hannold, 46, of 3947 Gore Road, was indicted after allegedly carrying a knife on to school property after she was called to pick up her daughter because she had head lice, according to court records and Ashtabula County Sheriff’s Department reports.

The school nurse reportedly told deputies Hannold’s friend called the school and told the secretary “not to let Dora into the school” after a warning that Hannold might have a knife, according to reports.

Reports indicated the nurse could have been a “target.”

Hannold also was charged in Eastern County Court with two misdemeanors including carrying a concealed weapon and aggravated menacing on Jan. 17 before Eastern County Court Judge Robert Wynn.

At the time bond was set at $35,000 cash or 10 percent surety.