Nutrition manager caught with meth at elementary school in Grovetown

The diet manager at Cedar Ridge Elementary College was arrested on drug charges for allegedly bringing meth into the university, according to Grovetown Public Security Director Jamey Kitchens.

Kelley Niles was charged with possession of Agenda II Narcotics and transported to the Columbia County Detention Heart.

Kelley Niles

The meth was initially learned in an personnel restroom Wednesday early morning, an area only accessible by a essential and not in an region made use of by pupils, Kitchens said.  Also, a K-9 device tracked far more prescription drugs to the manager’s auto in the parking ton.

Grovetown police ended up named to the college Wednesday morning after the meth was observed in the restroom. An investigation led to Niles’ arrest. 

“The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Division was requested to reply, at which time a research of the worker parking ton was carried out,” a press launch suggests. “A Canine alerted to the existence of narcotics in Mrs. Niles private automobile at which time a search unveiled an supplemental consumer total of Methamphetamine within just the centre console.”

Niles is no for a longer time utilized by the college district, said spokeswoman Abbigail Remkus.

“Safety of pupils and staff is a prime priority. The school is in the process of notifying staff members and mom and dad about the condition at this time,” Remkus mentioned in an e mail.

Greg Rickabaugh is the Jail Report Contributor for The Augusta Push. Access him at [email protected]