Drunken Teacher Arrested For Refusing To Leave Stranger’s House

Pinellas County, FL (Bay News 9) – A second-grade teacher from St. Petersburg is under arrest following multiple run-ins with police on Sunday.

Bay New 9 reports that Keesha Graham, 30, is in jail on charges charges of burglary and disorderly intoxication. Clearwater Police say they first ran into Graham as she was walking in traffic and then tried to break into a locked vehicle. The authorities told her she needed to leave the area.

Later that same day, Graham entered a stranger’s home and when she was asked to leave, she refused. Police then came and arrested the elementary school teacher.

“I can’t believe my kids are going to school with teachers like that,” said shocked parent Amy Purvis, according to Bay News 9.

The Pinellas County School District has refused to comment on the matter.

Click here to see Graham’s mugshot and to find out what she’ll have to pay to bail out of jail.

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