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North Carolina Elementary School Teacher Accused of Dragging Disabled Child Through School Hallway: Sheriff

N.C. Teacher Accused of Dragging Disabled Child Through Hallway
Source: Wake County Sheriff's Office; Unsplash

Lori Miller Holland accused of dragging a disabled child through the school hallway.

Feb. 13 2024, Published 12:01 p.m. ET

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An elementary school teacher in North Carolina has been arrested after law enforcement officials said she allegedly dragged a special needs child down the school hallway.

On Feb. 9, Lori Miller Holland, 54, was arrested for assaulting a disabled child, according to court documents obtained by WTVD-TV.

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Holland is a special needs teacher at Carver Elementary School in Wendell, according to the school’s website.

Court documents say Holland is accused of assaulting a special needs child during the alleged incident that occurred at the end of January.


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Holland was charged with child abuse and assaulting an individual with disability. She was booked into jail and later released on a $1,000 bond.

Her next court date is scheduled for March 18.


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