PAHRUMP, Nev. (KLAS) — Two parents are accused of confronting an elementary school student with whom their child was having an issue, prompting a lockdown and their arrests, Nye County sheriff’s deputies said Friday.

The incident was reported Thursday, May 12, at the J.G. Johnson Elementary School, deputies said.

Quaneisha Torres, 30, and Noah Torres, 40, came into the school to confront the student, deputies said. The exact circumstances were not realized, other than their child was having trouble with the other student.

Deputies said footage from a school employee shows video of Quaneisha Torres hitting an employee while Noah Torres was “pushing and threatening a school employee,” police said.

Quaneisha Torres faces charges of battery on a protected person and creating a disturbance in a school building.

Noah Torres was booked on charges of intimidating a public official, battery on a protected person, and creating a disturbance in a school building.

The school teaches grades pre-kindergarten through fifth and has a student population of about 400.