Ashford High School teacher hit with controlled substance charges | Crime
DOTHAN, AL (WSFA) - An Ashford High School science teacher is on administrative leave after he was found in possession of controlled substances including Xanax, meth and moonshine.
The Houston County Sheriff's Office said in a release that deputies were conducting an investigation that led to a traffic stop at the intersection of Randall Road and Denton Road in Dothan. That stop led to the recovery of Xanax, methamphetamine, precursor chemicals and moonshine from the residence of 32-year-old Jason Allen Andrews.
Andrews, a science teacher at Ashford High School, was charged with two counts of unlawful possession of a controlled substance which carries a bond of $2,500, one count unlawful possession of precursor chemicals which carries a bond of $15,000, and one count of possession of moonshine with a bond of $300.
A representative for Houston County Schools told WSFA 12 News that Andrews is currently on administrative leave, he had been at Ashford High School for less than three years.
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