Middle school teacher charged with selling cocaine in Hampton | #teacher | #children | #kids


HAMPTON — A middle school teacher in Massachusetts is facing charges for allegedly selling cocaine in the town of Hampton. 

Travis Ducharme, 35, of Raymond, New Hampshire was charged with two counts of sale of a controlled drug, transportation of drugs in a motor vehicle and possession of a controlled drug. 

Ducharme, who taught at the Nettle Middle School in Haverhill, Massachusetts, has been placed on paid administrative leave, according to Haverhill School Superintendent Margaret Marotta. 

The arrest was a result of an investigation into the sale of illicit drugs by the Rockingham County Drug Task Force. 

According to a police affidavit, task force officer Derek Brown received a tip from a confidential source that Ducharme was selling cocaine in the area. 

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