An elementary school principal in Lincoln, Iowa, was arrested for allegedly stalking students, the Lincoln Star-Herald reported Thursday.
Principal J.T. Allen Jr. is accused of harassing and stalking a student for years, the paper reported.
Allen is accused, along with three other Lincoln elementary school principals, of harassing the students on Facebook and text messaging, and making threats of violence, according to the newspaper.
The paper reports that Allen is the second principal at the Lincoln school to be arrested this year.
The school board voted to remove Allen last week, but the district has yet to release his disciplinary record, the newspaper reported.