Accusations of North Murray Teacher Taking Inappropriate Pictures Of Female Student

DALTON, Ga. (WDEF/Dalton Daily Citizen)- One North Murray High School parent claims a teacher used his cell phone to take pictures under a female student’s dress.

Murray County Schools Superintendent, Eric McFee spoke with the Dalton Daily Citizen and stated, “We are doing an internal investigation about some of the accusations.”

Mcphee wouldn’t provide the teacher’s name nor say if any repercussions have taken place, such as administrative leave.

It was later discovered through Brian Ingle, the chief deputy of Murray County Sheriff’s Office, that a male student made a complaint to a resource officer about the incident which then started the investigation.

Some of the parents who heard of the incident called it “disturbing” which is also what Randy Yates, whose son attends North Murray, said.

“I think you’re innocent until proven guilty. I like to keep an open mind about everyone,” said Yates.

Mcphee emphasized the gravity of the accusations stating, “I don’t play around with that kind of stuff. It doesn’t matter who makes the complaint, if there is one we will look into it.”

News 12 will have more on the story as it develops.

All interviews were conducted by the Daily Citizen, for access to their website click here.

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