Teacher speeds home in Clay for fire alarm. She ends up in handcuffs, charged with fleeing police | #teacher | #children | #kids


A Syracuse schoolteacher says she was roughed up by an Onondaga County sheriff’s deputy on Wetzel Road in 2020 after leaving Liverpool high school in a rush to respond to a reported fire alarm at her home.

Liverpool, NY — A Syracuse schoolteacher raced home last year after a phone app alerted her to a reported fire at her home in Clay.

Before long, Michaela Kiewra, 60, ended up in handcuffs in the back of an Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office patrol car, questioned about drugs and alcohol, and charged with a misdemeanor for fleeing police.



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