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Wayne County high school resource officer resigns after DWI arrest

A high school resource officer in Wayne County has resigned after being charged with driving while impaired, deputies said Wednesday.

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PIKEVILLE, N.C. — A high school resource officer in Wayne County has resigned after being charged with driving while impaired, Wayne County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Brandy Jones said Wednesday.

The North Carolina Highway Patrol arrested Wayne County Deputy Alejandro Jones, 40, was Saturday. He was charged with DWI and speeding, Jones said.

Jones worked as a resource officer at Charles B. Aycock High School in Pikeville.

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