Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Former Special Education Teacher Indicted
Tennessee woman has been indicted by a Scott County Virginia Grand Jury for allegedly abusing a mentally handicapped student who was under her supervision. 37-year-old Heather Lambert of Mount Carmel resigned her position as a special education teacher in March. Lambert's charge apparently comes from an incident that occurred January 10th at the Scott County Career and Technical Center were several special needs classes are held. School administrators came to Commonwealth’s Attorney, Marcus McClung's office with video evidence from the classroom situation. A search warrant was obtained and additional evidence recovered from the school. School administrators said they are cooperating with Scott County Sheriff's investigators in the incident. No other details of the matter are being released (CS)

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