Susan Calfee Elliott, Cleveland, Tennessee (arrested July 2012) [domestic abuse]

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    TMP Himself

    Susan Calfee Elliott, teacher at Hopewell Elementary School [Bradley County Schools], Cleveland, Tennessee, "aggravated domestic-abuse charge against her dismissed"
    Elliott, 38, a teacher at Hopewell Elementary School, was suspended after her arrest in July, according to reports. Cleveland Police officer Julius Porter arrested Elliott after her boyfriend, Gregory A. Grammer, 41, claimed she had attacked him while he was sleeping. According to Bradley County Jail information, Grammer was arrested Tuesday for filing a false report. Grammer reportedly went to Elliott’s home on Cumberland Trace where he had been painting a room at the home. The couple began drinking, according to Porter’s report, and Grammer apparently passed out, but was awakened when Elliott was alleged to have assaulted him with ...

    Susan Calfee Elliott, Hopewell Elementary School, Bradley County Schools, Cleveland, Tennessee, Gregory A. Grammer
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  2. TMP

    TMP Himself

    Out of the frying pan, into the fire ...

    News report on Friday Oct. 5:
    A suspended Hopewell Elementary School teacher was dismissed Thursday night in a 4-1 vote by the Bradley County Board of Education pending her request within 30 days for a due process hearing. Board members approved the dismissal of fourth-grade instructor Susan Calfree Elliott on the recommendation of Johnny McDaniel, Bradley County Schools director, who alleged job-performance issues in his report. Elliott’s original suspension without pay came in July after her arrest for alleged aggravated domestic assault. The charge was later dropped when reported victim Gregory Grammer recanted his story. Grammer was later arrested by Cleveland police investigators for filing a ...
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    News Readers The Paperboy

    Bradley County ordered to rehire teacher

    A judge reversed the Bradley County school board's decision to dismiss a teacher and ordered the district to rehire her and pay the woman retroactive to her 2012 dismissal date. In an order filed Tuesday, Hamilton County Chancellor W. Frank Brown III said the school board manufactured reasons to dismiss Susan Elliott after she was arrested on a charge of aggravated assault. Even though the charge was dropped, Brown said, the school board was embarrassed by news coverage of Elliott's arrest, so members turned a small problem into a big issue. "This case can represent several examples of life," the ...

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