Troopers: Fleming Co. Teacher Gave Students Drugs & Alcohol

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/05 12:53 am
State Police accused a teacher of giving students alcohol and marijuana in exchange for work done on her property.

Minnie McCord, 41, of Ewing, was booked Tuesday into the Mason County Detention Center.

Troopers said she is a teacher at Fleming County High School.

Troopers said the arrest came after executing a search warrant.

According to investigators, there could be more charged brought against McCord.





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