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SBI investigates C.B. Aycock High teacher

Posted October 22, 2008

— The State Bureau of Investigation and the Wayne County Sheriff’s office said Wednesday they are investigating a case involving a Charles Brantley Aycock High School teacher.

The teacher has been on paid leave since Sept. 30, a school spokesperson said.

Authorities have not released any details about the case.


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  • m30wells Oct 23, 2008

    I agree that this should have never been on the news without the facts. Alot of rumors are going around about the situation at the school and in the community. This teacher has taught my child in the 7th and 10th grade. He is an excellent teacher and he gets along with everyone. He is a graduate of CBA and he is a truly wonderful young man. I really hope all the rumors aren't true and he is able to maintain a positive influence in the lives of these teenagers. You don't meet many teachers that students can actually consider a friend.

  • amazedatu2 Oct 23, 2008

    There is a huge story here but they should have waited until they had more info.

  • mom2threecld Oct 23, 2008

    there was no point in posting this article. it's dry and doesn't say anything. who was thinking what?

  • UrMom3040 Oct 23, 2008

    - This is the greatest news story ever written. I shall nominate it for a Pulitzer prize. (shakenbake 68)

    HILARIOUS! I agree.

  • NCTeacher Oct 23, 2008

    Is it even considered news if they don't give any details at all? What was the point in reporting it in the first place?

  • lbnblakesmom Oct 23, 2008

    I went to Aycock and went to school with the teacher. My daughter was in one of his classes this year. If he's done what he's accused of doing, he should not be allowed to teach. He's a great teacher,and the accusations have nothing to do with the classroom, but if guilty, he's broken the acceptable code of conduct.

  • shakenbake68 Oct 23, 2008

    This is the greatest news story ever written. I shall nominate it for a Pulitzer prize.

  • teachnow Oct 22, 2008

    No information has been released. Not much in the local paper about it either. Was in there Sunday that the SBI had been to the school. http://www.newsargus.com/news/archives/2008/10/22/teacher_named_in_cba_inquiry/

    I know the young man and sure hope there is nothing to the story.

  • newmommy06 Oct 22, 2008

    This is reporting at it's finest!
    Go to the news argus website to get the details that have been released (which are very few)

  • Bellesdad24 Oct 22, 2008

    As a 86 graduate of said school, am extremely curious about this story. Who? why? are just two questions to ask.