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Adam Sizemore ‘repeatedly’ called his son’s school and police in Oxford, Ohio, about the amount of homework his son got (Picture: Oxford Police)

A father who called his son’s school and police repeatedly to complain about the amount of homework was arrested.

Adam Sizemore went so far as demanding that Kramer Elementary School Principal Jason Merz ‘better put his big boy pants on’, according to a criminal complaints against him obtained by WXIX.

Officials at the school in Oxford, Ohio, started ignoring Sizemore’s calls in late February, and he in turn began phoning the police.

‘He calls dispatch, I think it was 18 times, roughly’ in an hour, said Oxford police Detective Sgt Adam Price.

Adam Sizemore has denied most of the accusations against him (Picture: Oxford Police)

‘It was disruptive,’ Price told TODAY.com. ‘This is a a K-5 school so there is not an abnormal amount of homework.’

Sizemore was extremely upset he only got to the police chief’s voicemail and was recorded saying, according to a transcript, ‘He can come to my f****** house. I pay for him. He can come to my house.’

He did speak on the phone with officers and was also recorded sounding upset that they would not provide him with their names.

A dispatcher informed Sizemore that cops would be sent out due to his continuous calling and ‘that ultimately ended when we took him into custody for telecommunications harassment as well as a menacing charge’, said Price.

Adam Sizemore has been charged with two first-degree misdemeanors for telecommunications harassment and a fourth-degree misdemeanor menacing charge (Picture: Oxford Police)

Sizemore has been charged with two first-degree misdemeanors for telecommunications harassment and the fourth-degree misdemeanor menacing charge, states the complaint.

The dad denied ‘most’ of the accusations against him.

‘I’m a single dad of a boy and a girl and I’m just trying to do the best I can and that’s all I can do,’ Sizemore told TODAY.com last week. ‘People make mistakes.’

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Sizemore faces up to six months in jail and as much as a $1,000 fine for each telecommunications harassment charge, and a $250 fine and up to 30 days behind bars for the menacing charge.

He was booked into Butler County Jail and is scheduled to appear in court on March 28.

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