A teacher who suddenly resigned two weeks ago amid an investigation by the Drug Enforcement Agency has been indicted by a grand jury in Kentucky.
Arin Staples is accused of having cocaine delivered to her at Holmes Middle School in Covington, Kent., where she was a teacher, Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders said. She was indicted Thursday on a charge of prohibited acts related to controlled substances, a Class D felony that could bring one to five years in prison.
Staples resigned shortly after being questioned by investigators.
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