David Grant Foulk, Middletown, Delaware (arrested Sept 2014) [drugs, theft]

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    David Grant Foulk (Smyrna, Delaware), 53, technology and career education teacher at Everett Meredith Middle School, Appoquinimink School District, Middletown, Delaware, "drug possession and theft charges"

    Middle school teacher facing drug and theft charges

    On Sept. 26 at approximately 7 p.m., Foulk was taken into custody along with 28-year-old Jamie Hawkins, of Smyrna, after police responded to a shoplifting complaint at a Wawa on Route 8 in Dover. According to the police report, officers observed Hawkins attempting to hide items under the seat of a vehicle and spotted a needle lying in plain view. Police detained Hawkins and proceeded to search the vehicle which was being driven by Foulk. Officers then discovered 43 bags of heroin, four additional syringes, and two spoons with heroin residue. Some of the heroin was located inside of a pill bottle labeled with Foulk’s name on it. Officers arrested Foulk without incident, police said.

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    David Grant Foulk, Everett Meredith Middle School, Appoquinimink School District, Middletown, Delaware, Dover, Smyrna
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    Appoquinimink confirms teacher’s heroin charges

    D. Grant Foulk – identified by the arresting Dover Police Department as David Foulk, 53, of Smyrna – has been placed on leave after the heroin arrest police say followed a shoplifting incident in which his companion “stole a few snack items” at a convenience store.

    As they approached, he said, the officers saw the passenger – later identified as Jamie Hawkins, 28, of Smyrna – trying to hide something under the car seat at the same time they saw a hypodermic needle lying in plain view, Hoffman said. She was taken into custody without incident, he said. What Hawkins was hiding under the seat were a few stolen snack items such as protein bars or Pop-Tarts, Hoffman said, noting the theft was one of “low value.”

    But the subsequent vehicle search found 43 bags of heroin, along with four more syringes and two spoons with heroin residue, Hoffman said. Foulk, who was in the driver’s seat, had some of the heroin in a prescription bottle that was labeled with his name, he said. The originally labeled prescription was not disclosed. Foulk also was taken into custody without incident, Hoffman said.