North Valley teacher suspected of stealing from students
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A North Valley teacher is accused of stealing from her own students, and the alleged crime was caught on video.
The San Joaquin County teacher is on administrative leave after the cell phone video caught her allegedly taking things from her student's backpacks. The video recorded the teacher taking what looks like money before moving to a second bag.
Three students were suspicious of the teacher after several of their things went missing, so they set up a camera to record inside the locker room while their classmates were at PE (physical education) class.
The school district says they're investigating if an actual crime took place.
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