Drug bust nets schools employee
Rachel Domina, who now faces drug charges, was suspended from her job as a math teacher at Graham Park Middle School in Dumfries after her arrest last month, said Prince William County Public Schools spokesman Ken Blackstone.
Woodbridge, Va. –– Police just released details on a drug bust that took place last month that netted a public schools employee and four others.
A search warrant was carried out Dec. 17 at 15431 Silvan Glen Drive in Montclair, and during the search of the home officers found Oxycodone, drug paraphernalia, an undisclosed amount of cash and several documents, police said. A BMW automobile was also seized.
Warrants were also carried out at 12601 Terranova Lane in Woodbridge and at 15989 Kensington Lane in the Brittany neighborhood near Dumfries.
At the Terranova Lane address, officers found more Oxycodone, drug paraphernalia, cash and documents were also seized, said Prince William police spokesman Jonathan Perok.
Rachel Byrne Domina, 33, of the Silvan Glen address, identified by police as a Prince William County Public Schools employee at the time of her arrest, is charged with two counts of possession with the intent to distribute, said Perok.
A Prince William schools spokesman has yet to respond for a request for information about this story.
Taryn Lynn Francescon, 29, of the Kensington Place address, is also charged with possession with the intent to distribute, said Perok.
Meghan Elizabeth Anderson, 28, of the Terranova Lane address, is charged with distribution of narcotics, said Perok.
Ryan James Jones, 30, of 15705 Cranberry Court in Dumfries, is charged with possession with the intent to distribute, said Perok.
Robert Edwin Hofer, 28, also from the Terranova address, is charged with two counts of possession with the intent to distribute, said Perok.
Each suspect was held on a $5,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court March 7.Send news and photos to Potomac Local
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