Multiple media outlets report Wiley Elementary kindergarten teacher Tiffani Staton resigned Wednesday.
Carr says Guilford administrators began investigating a complaint about the incident Wednesday after another Wiley employee alerted the principal that something inappropriate may have happened. Police were called to the school Wednesday and opened a preliminary investigation.
Carr says the student's parent complained to the school Thursday.
Police say if the allegation against Staton is true, they will then go to the district attorney to see whether the incident rises to the level of a crime.
Terry was arrested Monday and charged with a Class A misdemeanor.
The egg tossers allegedly threw an estimated 15 dozen eggs at various homes and people.
That's a lot of omlets!
The estimated damage includes a $2,343 bill to repair one home’s stucco and a $3,000 bill for damage to a car’s ignition, along broken screens, windows and furniture.
Some victims report they’ve been unsuccessfull at completely cleaningup the mess. according to local media sources.
Investigators said all but one of the accused minors admitted to being involved in the mass egging.
Police said Terry confessed to the eggings and said she did it "because of certain familial problems she was having and because she simply did not care,” according to a criminal report.
A devious donkey was picked up by the Norman Police Department on Tuesday after a wild romp through the streets of Oklahoma.
The responding officer put the bad ass in the back of his police car and transported him to a nearby home for safekeeping until his owner could be located, according to the department's Facebook post.
Funny, most times the ass in a police car rides in the front seat!
No word on whether or not the two went on a short ride-around first as a real-life interspecies crime fighting team, picking up other suspicious neighborhood perpetrators.
Don't look so sad, little Donkey. The memories of your wild day on the town will last you a lifetime.