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The man arrested Saturday during Clearwater-Orchard's prom called 911 and told law enforcement he was about to violate his probation, according to Antelope County court documents.
Clarence W. Schonemann, 45 of Clearwater, was arraigned Wednesday in county court on two misdeamanor charges stemming from Saturday's incident in the Clearwater gymnasium. Schonemann was already on probation for terroristic threats when the incident occurred.
Antelope County Sheriff Bob Moore said multiple 911 calls were received around 6:16 p.m. in regard to a male allegedly causing a verbal disturbance at the high school prom.
Court documents show one of those 911 calls was from Schonemann informing them that he was going to the event because his mother-in-law was there and had been stalking and harassing his daughters. Schonemann said he needed to make sure his daughters were safe.
Schonemann was detained and removed from the school. Because he was yelling and refused to leave, Schonemann was charged with disturbing the peace and second-degree trespassing.
He will be further arraigned on April 20 at 9:30 am.