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Douglas Guidance Counselor Arrested for Drug Paraphernalia

web posted March 31, 2014

TRENTON A Douglas Elementary Guidance Counselor was arrested for drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop by a Richmond County Sheriff's Deputy on 15th Street in Augusta on March 18, according to charging papers obtained by Edgefield Daily. Edgefield County School Superintendent Greg Anderson confirmed the arrest and stated Kathryn Lynn Cross is currently on paid leave.

According to paperwork, Cross was stopped for a non-working tail light and began acting "very nervous". The deputy asked to search the car and Cross agreed. That is when the paraphernalia was found and she was taken into custody.

She has a court date in Richmond County Magistrate Court on April 24 at 9 am.

Superintendent Anderson said placing an employee on paid leave following an arrest is standard procedure as the district conducts their own investigation into the matter.

What type of paraphernalia was seized at the time of arrest was not available.


The Jail Report contributed to this report.







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