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Teacher Arrested, Resigns After Video Emerges

Posted by Sandra On March - 26 - 2016

TEACHER_1458947403803_1111942_ver1.0TIFTON, Georgia — Police have arrested a Georgia teacher after surveillance video appears to show her knocking a special needs student to the floor in a school hallway. 71-year-old Amelia Stripling turned herself in to police Friday afternoon. The incident occurred at the Tift County Pre-K Center in Tifton on March 17. READ MORE HERE










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