Man Accused of School Disturbance
Waives Preliminary Hearing

The man who caused a disturbance at GGB Elementary School last week by, among other things, making racially-charged comments, has waived his preliminary hearing in McKean County Central Court.

33-year-old Andrew Hainey of Bradford was in the parking lot swearing and packing around his car shortly after being told he had to sign-in at the school if he wanted to have breakfast with his son. According to court papers, he asked school personnel if he looked like he was from the Middle East, or a terrorist, or if he was carrying an AK-47.

He did sign in, but shortly after that went to the parking lot and started is rant. Hainey, who is serving as his own attorney, is free on bail.

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