Bond Denied for Indian Land Teacher Charged

Lancaster, S.C. (CN2 News) – A developing story involving a Lancaster County School District employee.

Bond has now been denied for two people in Lancaster County arrested on drug and gun charges, one of those suspects, a teacher at Indian Land High School.

Elizabeth McDonald and Tyler Rhodes are charged with Trafficking and Possession with intent to distribute the drugs and Possession of Firearms.

According to the Indian Land High School’s website, McDonald is a social studies teacher. the district has said an employee is on paid administrative leave after being arrested on drug charges.

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January 27, 2023 – CN2 News

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