According to Palos Hills police , the parent of a student at Sorrick Elementary School, 7825 W. 103rd St., drove in a lane he wasn't supposed to on Sept. 12.
School officials tried to stop the man, who yelled for them to move "or he will hit them," reports said.
The school has set up different lanes, with one where cars are not allowed to drive, on the property so that children are not put in danger of being struck by a car when dropped off.
School officials notified the parent in writing that he is no longer allowed on school property, police said.
Palos Hills juvenile officers also will attempt to track down the parent and remind him about the ban.
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