But the fence didn’t stay long. He took it down Tuesday. But it wasn’t because anyone got hurt, or any other danger. He removed it because he placed the fence on county property, not on the land he owns.
One neighbor did touch the fence and said that he had a slight shock, but doesn’t think the fence was the right way to go to protect one’s property.
"I understand his concern. I just don't think he understood the neighbors' concern about their kids. One of them could touch it, fall into it and get shocked," James Mehfoud told WTVR.
Bryan said he may put another fence in, but hopes he doesn’t have to.
"The message has gotten across. Parents are posting and talking about it," Bryan told WTVR.
As for the alleged bus stop behavior, WTVR reported that the Henrico County School District 's code of student conduct applies to not only the students while they're at their schools, but also as they're riding the bus and waiting at the bus stops.