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Teacher could have criminal case erased
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A teacher caught with drug paraphernalia in his vehicle during a surprise drug inspection has had his criminal case suspended, but will not be getting off completely free.The teacher, Tommy Davis, 42, entered a memorandum of understanding this past week in which prosecutors suspended charges against him for one year. Provided he does not get in any more trouble and completes the requirements of his agreement, his charges will be forgotten by the state as part of the pre-trial diversion.The former WCHS history teacher was caught in possession of rolling papers and hemostats (both considered drug paraphernalia) when lawmen conducted a surprise canine search of the WCHS campus in February. He was placed on unpaid suspension after he was cited, but has since been reassigned to Warren Academy and remains on staff.