No charges filed against Laney High School assistant principal

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Submitted: Fri, 07/22/2011 - 3:38am
Updated: Fri, 07/22/2011 - 4:20pm

PENDER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — The Pender County Sheriff’s Office has closed the case on an assistant principal at Laney High School.

No charges have been filed against Robin Lamberty, who had been accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a student back in May. The case had previously been handled by the New Hanover County Sheriff’s Office. The case was turned over to Pender County, where Lamberty lives, when New Hanover County did not find any evidence of a crime.

New Hanover County Schools suspended Lamberty during the criminal and internal investigation.

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5 Comments on "No charges filed against Laney High School assistant principal"

2015 years 8 months ago

A well known administrator of NHC Schools made the claim not any students..Her Husband moved out because of the multiple basketball players that were staying with her..I betcha they didnt prosecute because the boys were of legal age..Pender county is full of crap!!

2015 years 8 months ago

Both NHC and Pender County sheriffs depts have found no evidence to this claim what happens to the student that made the FALSE claim ? Something has to be done other wise everytime a student gets mad at their teacher they can file false claim and walk away with no punishment. I wouldn’t want a teachers job at this day or time for nothing.

This student has to be heeld accountable for their actions, it could have ruined a persons life.

2015 years 8 months ago

I’m sure anyone over the age of 30 know that inapproriate relationships between teachers and students have been going on a very long fact there are still administrators AT Laney in this very day and age who have dated students and gone on to MARRY long as that certain individual is still there, I will never send any of my kids to have to wonder at the school board as well for letting these type of people stay on and teach other young students..

2015 years 8 months ago

simply stated….the teacher/student relationship needs to return to a more socially distant one…the social interactions should be limited (by teacher) to reduce or eliminate the possibility of a seemingly innocuos relationship becoming inappropriate; and in most cases…illegal. Its great to befriend your students but boundries must be set and observed. It is good to know a teacher at the high school my son attends has been vindicated.

Charles Walters
2015 years 8 months ago

It makes you wonder what this kid was trying to pull? Was it he or his parents who thought lets go after the school system so they will write a BIG CHECK to us. Two law enforcement organizations investigated and found not one shread of proof that any crime was commited. I really hope this Principal and the school system sue this kid and his parents for the trouble they both caused. Maybe if school systems pushed back then these false charges that are filed against them and their staff would just go away. No wonder kids can not learn anything today, teachers and principals can not say anything without being sued for the most stupid crap. It is time to stop fostering this way of thinking that everybody wins and no one gets their feelings hurt because they loose. It teaches our children nothing, except that you get rewarded for failure. Everyone does not get a prize in the real world, and the sooner these kids learn that the better off they will be. That is the way it was when I was in school, and I turned out just fine.