Roseville high school teacher accused of using student to obtain narcotics

6:59 PM, Oct 3, 2013   |    comments
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Amy Lynn Davidson

ROSEVILLE, CA - An Oakmont High School teacher was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of obtaining controlled narcotics from a student.

English teacher Amy Davidson, 39, is facing booking charges of narcotics possession, solicitation of a minor to obtain narcotics and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

"We're not talking a lot about exactly how this all worked because part of this is still under investigation, but the evidence suggests she did use a student to help her get the pills," said Roseville police spokesperson Dee Dee Gunther.

"What I can give you is the information came to us via students," said Rob Hasty, Oakmont principal.

Hasty would not discuss Davidson further but did ask everyone to keep an open mind as the investigation continues and not get caught up in rumors.

Davidson was booked into Placer County Jail on $100,000 bail.

Roseville police said the student who allegedly provided the pills to the teacher will not be charged because the student is considered a victim in this case.

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