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NCSS substitute arrested for terroristic threats
Trimecia Debrantae Boyd

COVINGTON, Ga. - A Newton County School System substitute teacher was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of terroristic threats and acts after an incident earlier this month at South Salem Elementary School. 

Newton County Sheriff's Office Sgt. Cortney Morrison told The News, Trimecia Debrantae Boyd was involved in an argument with the elementary school's principal April 10. A warrant for her arrest was later issued after an investigation into the incident. 

Boyd was arrested and booked into the Newton County Jail April 25 and bonded out 26 hours later. 

"We are aware of an incident involving a substitute teacher at South Salem Elementary School," Sherri Davis, Newton County School System director of public relations, said. "The substitute displayed inappropriate behavior and ultimately charges were filed. She no longer serves as a substitute with our school system."