Fulton County Special Ed Teacher Angela Hardie-Williamson Arrested In Drug Sting.
EAST POINT, Ga. — A Fulton County teacher arrested on drug charges following a year-long investigation appeared in court Saturday.
Angela Hardee-Williamson, a special education teacher at Tri-Cities High School, faces several charges, including possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. Channel 2 Action News reporter Pam Martin was also in court and said Hardee-Williamson was represented by a public defender. A judge granted her a $12,000 bond.
Hardee-Williamson was taken into custody mid-week at a home on Washington Road in East Point.
Police also arrested Zel Britt, Shamika Flowers and Rudolph Williamson.
While at the home, police said they recovered a 9 mm pistol and drug related paraphernalia.
Two other individuals were also arrested at a home in the 3100 block of Washington Road in East Point as investigators with the East Point Police Department Special Operations Unit executed a search warrant on the house.