Will school teacher be found guilty of possessing methamphetamines?
Settled on 03/12/2012 13:20 by kruijs
settled question on option 'Yes'.
KATY, Texas -- A Katy elementary school teacher has been accused of drug possession, officials said Monday.
Jean Elizabeth Shaw, 45, was charged with one count of possessing methamphetamines.
Bellaire police said that on Oct. 4, officers pulled over a car traveling in the wrong direction on a one-way street. Shaw was a passenger.
Investigators said Shaw had two warrants for traffic violations, and as the officers searched her, they said they found methamphetamines.
Six days after Shaw's arrest, a fingerprint monitoring system alerted the Katy School District to her arrest and she was pulled out of class.
Shaw is a fifth-grade teacher at Fielder Elementary School in northeast Fort Bend County. She was placed on paid administrative leave.
She has been a teacher in the district for eight years.
Fielder's principal sent the following letter to parents.
"I want to inform you that Ms. Julie Wilson will be the long term substitute for Ms. Shaw while she is out. Ms. Wilson will be with us through Nov. 22, 2011." said Anita Jacobs, Fielder Elementary principal.
There's no word yet on who will take over Shaw's classes after Nov. 22.
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