Teacher charged with drug supply

24th March 2000 at 00:00
A TEACHER has been charged with supplying drugs after six pupils at his school were alleged to have been found with cannabis.

David Sudbury, 32, a part-time English teacher at Rendcomb College private school, near Cirecester, was arrested by police after the discovery of pound;45 worth of cannabis at the pound;11,000-a-year school. He has since resigned. Six pupils - five boys aged 13 to 17 and a 14-year-old girl - have been suspended.

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