FRANKFORT, Ky (WTVQ) – A former employee at Frankfort High School was arrested for having meth, according to officials.
Frankfort Police say on August 4th Paul Michael Wagers was pulled over for not having tail lights and failing to use his turn signal.
They say the officer could smell marijuana in the car so he issued a search warrant.
According to authorities, when the car was searched officers found a small amount of meth.
The arrest citation states Wagers is an employee at Frankfort High School.
Wagers was charged with failure to or improper signal, no tail lamps and possession of cont substance 1st degree (methamphetamine).
Frankfort Independent Schools Superintendent Houston Barber said, “I can’t comment on personnel matters but I can say Paul Michael Wagers is no longer an employee with Frankfort Independent Schools and resigned effective 8-7-17.”