Papers left for the board.

A trio of people interrupted a Maricopa Unified School District board meeting Wednesday to “serve papers” to the governing board as part of a legal complaint filed May 10 in Superior Court. Chauncey Hollingberry, a Buckeye resident who maintains a YouTube channel filming himself confronting various government entities and police officers, had a reported process server place the summons paperwork in front of the board while members were trying to approve the consent agenda at its Wednesday meeting.

When the server ignored the request not to approach the board during the meeting, police were called to a disturbance at the district office. By the time Maricopa Police arrived, Hollingberry and the two others had already left the building. There was no further incident.

Hollingberry’s complaint, in part, states MUSD did not fulfill his public records request when he demanded all records the district might have that mentioned his name and media sites accessed by a specific employee at Santa Cruz Elementary School.


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