MILFORD — A Milford High School guidance supervisor has been placed on paid administrative leave after he was arrested in Framingham on Friday when police say he used his car to chase kids who were riding bicycles in a parking garage. Peter G. Bruce, 41, of 4 Bishop St., Framingham, did not hit any of the children, ages 10 to 12. But one child fell and scraped his leg while trying to get away, police spokesman Lt. Ron Brandolini said. For the past year, Bruce has served as the school’s Guidance Career and Academic Enhancement supervisor, a position that Assistant Superintendent Kathy Perry said is the ultimate supervisor of the guidance department.
First things first. Does the Milford police department use a static electricity ball above the booking photo booth? If they do that’s really quite unfair for the convicts. Anyway before I pass judgement on this bro I got to know the circumstances. Where they riding their bikes in his garage or just a random parking garage? If it was his garage I have no problem with him trying to run them over. But my gut tells me this was just a random garage. I guess it wouldn’t be that surprising. If anybody is ever going to go insane in a school my first guess is always the guidance counselor. They all seem like they are one tweak form going off the deep end.