The principal of Doby’s Bridge Elementary School has asked police to tell a local man to stop trespassing on the school since he has no reason to be there.

   According to a police report, Principal Amanda Kubbs said a man identifying himself as Steven Weiler had called the school eight times in recent weeks. Each time, the man complained about the use of an area for teacher parking, described as a “teachers parking lot next to Building C.”

   On Thursday, the principal told police that teachers had seen a vehicle believed to be operated by Weiler on school property around dismissal time.

   “The vehicle is described to have American flags and Donald Trump/MAGA signs attached to the auto,” a report says.

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  The principal filled out a school trespassing form and requested Fort Mill Police to warn the 55-year-old suspect to quit trespassing since he had no relatives or business connected to the school.

   Officers tried to contact Weiler at his home Thursday without success, a report says.

Greg "Ricky Bobby" Rickabaugh has lived in the Fort Mill and York County community since 2006. He has covered the area while a reporter for The Charlotte Observer and a freelance writer for The Fort Mill...

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