Elementary school teacher arrested, accused of drinking in classroom
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Teresa D. Folsom

By Vernon Freeman Jr., WTVR

LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. -- (WTVR) -- A elementary school teacher in northern Virginia has been arrested after being accused of drinking inside her classroom.

Teresa D. Folsom, 41, has been charged with drinking/possessing alcohol on public school grounds, after deputies say she brought alcohol to her classroom at Newton-Lee-Elementary School in Ashburn.

Deputies responded to the school on May 24 for a medical emergency involving a teacher, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. Investigators later found alcohol in her classroom.

Folsom has been placed on administrative leave, according to a Loudoun County Public Schools spokesperson.

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