Wednesday, August 2, 2017

MCPS teacher suspended from work at the Blair G. Ewing Center, in Silver Spring, a school with programs for students with academic and behavioral problems.

A Maryland public school teacher faces robbery charges after police say she chatted up two men at a bar, learned they were in the jewelry business and lured them into a parking garage where minutes later a masked gunman appeared.
“Give me the watches,” he said, making off with time pieces valued at $6,000 and $8,450, according to court records filed Tuesday.
The events, as described in the court records, unfolded in and around the Old Town Pour House in Gaithersburg in the early morning July 15. The teacher, Lakeisha Burrison, 33, was arrested this week and remains jailed on no bond status.
She has been suspended from work at the Blair G. Ewing Center, in Silver Spring, a school with programs for students with academic and behavioral problems. Burrison had been a teacher and recently held the title of a community and career liaison, according to Derek Turner, a spokesman for the Montgomery County Public School System. She joined the system in November 2014, Turner said...

4 comments:

  1. I seems that all the dough goes to management and the workers are shortchanged.

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  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iixgX18QmJM&feature=youtu.be

    "Integrity, service, and authenticity -- these are my values" -- Lakeisha Burrison, MCEA candidate representative

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    1. Too much reverberation!

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  3. I ain't jivin i'm moonlightin

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