Arin Staples, Covington, Kentucky (charged Aug 2014) [drugs]

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    Arin Staples, 7th-grade teacher at Holmes Middle School, Covington Independent Public Schools, Covington, Kentucky, "indicted on drug charges"

    Arin Staples: Covington teacher indicted on drug charges

    A Northern Kentucky teacher was indicted on drug charges Thursday afternoon in Kenton County and has since resigned from her job. Arin Staples, who taught 7th grade at Holmes Middle School in Covington for two years, was indicted on a Class D felony charge of prohibited acts related to a controlled substance. The alleged drug activity went on between September 2013 - March 2014, according to the indictment.

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    Prosecutor: Teacher had cocaine delivered to school

    A teacher is accused of having cocaine delivered to her school in Kentucky. Arin Staples, who taught at Holmes Middle School in Covington, just south of Cincinnati, resigned Aug. 15 after being questioned by the Drug Enforcement Administration. A grand jury indicted Staples on Thursday on a felony charge of prohibited acts related to controlled substances, said Rob Sanders, Kenton County Commonwealth's attorney. "There are multiple instances of her obtaining cocaine ... (and) receiving it from a drug dealer on school property, among other places," Sanders said.

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    Prosecutor: Teacher had cocaine delivered to school

    CINCINNATI — A teacher is accused of having cocaine delivered to her ... The indictment comes little more than a week after Quincey Tyus, a security assistant at the school, was arrested and charged with drug trafficking. Holmes Middle School is part ...


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    Sources: Former Holmes teacher had illegal drugs delivered to school

    A former teacher at Holmes Middle School has been indicted on a felony drug charge, days after another worker at the school was arrested in a separate investigation. WLWT News 5's Brian Hamrick said Arin Staples resigned prior to her indictment Thursday ... Sources told Hamrick that Staples had a felony drug charge filed against her and that Staples had controlled substances delivered to the school. Commonwealth Attorney Rob Sanders said Staples was indicted on one count of prohibited acts related to a controlled substance.

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    Prosecutor: Teacher had cocaine sent to school

    A northern Kentucky teacher has been charged with having a shipment of cocaine sent to Holmes Middle School in Covington. Arin Staples resigned Aug. 15 after being questioned by the Drug Enforcement Administration. A Kenton County Grand Jury indicted Staples on a felony drug charge Thursday. Kenton County Commonwealth's Attorney Rob Sanders told The Kentucky Enquirer that Staples also purchased cocaine from a dealer on school property.


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    Prosecutor: Northern Ky. teacher had cocaine sent to school

    Arin Staples resigned Aug. 15 after being questioned by the Drug Enforcement Administration. A Kenton County Grand Jury indicted Staples on a felony drug charge Thursday.


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    Prosecutor: Teacher had cocaine sent to school

    COVINGTON (AP) — A northern Kentucky teacher has been charged with having a shipment of cocaine sent to Holmes Middle School in Covington. Arin Staples resigned Aug. 15 after being questioned by the Drug Enforcement Administration. A Kenton County Grand ...


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    Holmes Middle School teacher pleads guilty

    The northern Kentucky teacher who was charged for allegedly having drugs shipments sent to her middle school classroom pled guilty to prohibited acts related to controlled substances on Thursday. Arin Staples received three years of probation and must forfeit her teaching license. Staples cannot work in any capacity that puts her in contact with a school.


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    Former Holmes Middle School teacher indicted on drug charge pleads guilty

    Staples entered a guilty plea to a charge of prohibited acts related to a controlled substance. It was an unusual charge – but this is an unusual case. She was buying cocaine from someone who was under surveillance by the DEA. Federal agents recorded phone calls between Staples and her dealer setting up deliveries. Staples was caught arranging drug sales, but not caught with the drugs according to Kenton County Commonwealth’s Attorney Rob Sanders. “It’s a very unusual drug case for us to prosecute in that we have no controlled substances whatsoever in evidence,” Sanders said. No jail time is ...


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