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The felony reckless endangerment charge against Amelia E. Drennan, a Roane County Schools teacher, was dismissed on Aug. 2.
Director of Schools Gary Aytes said Drennan is back with the school system.
“She is a special ed teacher at Midtown Educational Center,” he said.
Drennan was at Oliver Springs High last school year. Aytes said it was a “mutual decision” for her to transfer to Midtown for the 2013-14 school year.
An arrest warrant was taken out for Drennan on June 5 accusing her of sending a handyman man to a quarantined meth house on May 26 to mow the yard and gather some belongings.
Roane County General Sessions Court Judge Jeff Wicks signed the order dismissing the charge against Drennan.
It noted Drennan had fully cooperated with law-enforcement officers.