GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — A top Grand Rapids Public Schools executive is on paid administrative leave after a complaint from a parent, sources close to the situation tell News 8.
Larry Johnson has been off the job for three weeks. Sources tell News 8 there was a complaint that Johnson verbally threatened a parent.
An investigation is underway.
Johnson is the district’s chief of staff and executive director of public safety and school security. He has led GRPS security since 1997. Before working for the school district, he was a police officer.