Nourishment manager caught with meth at elementary faculty in Grovetown

The diet supervisor at Cedar Ridge Elementary Faculty was arrested on drug prices for allegedly bringing meth into the school, according to Grovetown Community Protection Director Jamey Kitchens.

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

Kelley Niles

The meth was 1st learned in an personnel restroom Wednesday early morning, an spot only accessible by a key and not in an location used by pupils, Kitchens explained.  Also, a K-9 device tracked extra medication to the manager’s automobile in the parking whole lot.

Grovetown police were termed to the university Wednesday early morning right after the meth was located in the restroom. An investigation led to Niles’ arrest. 

“The Richmond County Sheriff’s Business K-9 Division was requested to answer, at which time a lookup of the staff parking large amount was carried out,” a press launch suggests. “A Canine alerted to the existence of narcotics in Mrs. Niles private car or truck at which time a research revealed an extra consumer sum of Methamphetamine inside the middle console.”

Niles is no longer employed by the faculty district, explained spokeswoman Abbigail Remkus.

“Safety of college students and staff members is a leading precedence. The school is in the approach of notifying employees and dad and mom about the scenario at this time,” Remkus said in an email.

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