SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. — According to the reports, a teacher from Florida has been arrested after being accused of being involved in the distribution of fentanyl.
According to a report by a local affiliate of NBC, the 38-year-old defendant, Shavon Pearson, was charged with trafficking four or more grams of fentanyl.
According to the information provided by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office during Pearson’s booking process, the bond for his release was set at $15,000.
According to the employment information provided, Pearson is a Seminole County Public Schools teacher.
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According to WESH, Pearson works as an instructional coach at the Seminole High 9th Grade Center, where he strongly emphasizes reading. She has been with SCPS for 16 years, but the agency has decided to put her on leave.
When asked about worries about anything happening on school grounds with Pearson, authorities told WESH that there is no evidence of any campus participation with this charge but that the “district is working closely with Stanford police.” This response was in response to a question posed by WESH.
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