‘It is not illegal to teach drunk’: Charges dropped against 2nd grade teacher accused of being intoxicated in class

Charges were dropped against a teacher who was allegedly drunk at Nuestro Elementary School (CBS Sacramento/YouTube)

No charges will be filed against a Northern California second grade teacher who police said was teaching with a blood alcohol content level two times the legal limit to drive.

The teacher was arrested for DUI and child endangerment on the morning of Oct. 2 while teaching at Nuestro Elementary in Live Oak, an hour north of Sacramento, after a co-worker reported her being possibly drunk, authorities said. She was jailed, and an investigation was launched, but Sutter County District Attorney Jennifer Dupré said Monday her office declined to prosecute the case.

“It is not illegal to teach drunk,” Dupré said, according to CBS Sacramento affiliate KOVR.

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