A Loudoun County teacher was arrested today on suspicion of drunken driving and having alcohol at school.
The case began when a School Resource Officer was notified by school employees around 8:40 a.m. that a teacher at Sterling Middle School appeared intoxicated. During the investigation, it was determined the teacher, Megan A. Debo, 29, of Sterling, had driven to school and had alcohol in her possession while on school property.
Debo, who teachers sixth grade language arts, was charged with DUI and possessing or drinking an alcoholic beverage in a public school or on public school grounds during school hours.
Debo was held at the Loudoun County Adult Detention Center pending a $2,000 secured bond.