FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- A hearing has been postponed on claims by a former security monitor who says he's being harassed by the father of one of 17 people who were killed in a Parkland, Florida, school shooting last year.
No immediate makeup date was set Wednesday on a complaint filed by Andrew Medina. Medina says Andrew Pollack showed up at a park last week and threatened the former Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School monitor, who is a youth baseball coach.
Pollack's daughter, Meadow, died in last February's shooting at the school. Pollack is suing Medina, accusing him of negligence for his actions during the shooting. Medina wants a protective order against Pollack.
Medina told police he recognized shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz moments before the shooting but didn't stop him or sound an alarm. Medina was fired last year.