The nourishment manager at Cedar Ridge Elementary College was arrested on drug prices for allegedly bringing meth into the faculty, according to Grovetown General public Protection Director Jamey Kitchens.

Kelley Niles was billed with possession of Timetable II Narcotics and transported to the Columbia County Detention Center.

Kelley Niles

The meth was to start with uncovered in an staff restroom Wednesday early morning, an area only available by a important and not in an region utilised by students, Kitchens stated.  Also, a K-9 unit tracked far more medicines to the manager’s car in the parking good deal.

Grovetown police were being known as to the university Wednesday early morning following the meth was observed in the restroom. An investigation led to Niles’ arrest. 

“The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office environment K-9 Division was asked for to reply, at which time a search of the personnel parking lot was done,” a push launch states. “A Canine alerted to the presence of narcotics in Mrs. Niles own motor vehicle at which time a search revealed an added person amount of money of Methamphetamine within the centre console.”

Niles is no for a longer period utilized by the college district, mentioned spokeswoman Abbigail Remkus.

“Safety of college students and workers is a best precedence. The school is in the system of notifying staff and parents about the scenario at this time,” Remkus mentioned in an electronic mail.

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