A former assistant principal at Chisholm High School in Enid has petitioned a protective order against one of the school's former coaches.
According to court documents, Joseph Reinart claims he was harassed, stalked, and physically harmed by Corey Miller, the school's former boys basketball coach.
According to the protective order filed Monday in Garfield County, Reinart stated he was assaulted by Miller with a pistol on March 15.
“Two hits to the face with the pistol in his hand. One hit created a one-inch gash on my left cheek,” the document said.
Reinart said since the incident, he has not responded to any messages or calls from Miller.
However, Reinart stated that earlier this month, Miller showed up at Crosslin Park during his son's baseball game and yelled, “He don’t want no more of this, I promise you!”
Two days later, he claims he was running in the park when Miller drove by, stopped and yelled, “Keep running, I’ll catch ya!”
Documents also state Reinart claimed Miller harassed and stalked him through calls, texts, and on social media as of Sunday.
Chisholm Public Schools told News 9 since the incident, both Reinart and Miller have resigned from the high school.
Reinart was also the school's athletic director and head football coach and Miller is listed as a health and fitness teacher. News 9 reached out to both Reinart and Miller, but they have not responded.
According to documents, a court hearing is scheduled at 1:30 p.m. on April 28.