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2 MS teachers arrested for enticing student to sell them drugs

Jill Todd, L, and Alana Harris, R (Source: WTVA) Jill Todd, L, and Alana Harris, R (Source: WTVA)
WATER VALLEY, MS (WMC) -

Authorities arrested two Mississippi teachers accused of buying drugs from a student.

Ala Harris and Jill Todd, teachers in Water Valley, were indicted on charges of inducing a minor to commit a felony, according to WTVA.

Yalobusha County Sheriff Lance Humphreys said the student is a victim in the case.

Humphreys said the teachers sent the student out to get prescription drugs, which they then bought from him.

Harris is a seventh grade teacher at Water Valley High School and Todd teaches kindergarten through second grade at Davidson Elementary.

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