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BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — A South Brunswick High School teacher is on administrative leave after being accused of not providing enough sustenance for poultry and turkeys used for educational research.

Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office Animal Protective Services arrested Beke M. Lindsay, 61, of Southport. She’s charged with three counts of cruelty to animals, and was released on $500 unsecured bond.

Lindsay has worked as an agriculture teacher for Brunswick County Schools since September 2009.

In a news release, the Brunswick County Schools superintendent Edward Pruden said the school is cooperating with the Sheriff’s Office in its investigation. He added that animal cruelty is an “aberration” that “will not be repeated.”

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  • OtherGuest

    “aberration” that “will not be repeated.”???

    I guess he never was an English teacher.

  • Usage Police

    It is correct.

  • OtherGuest

    You is somewhat ambiguous and you shall not be repeated.

  • Guest00

    What happened to the death penalty here or being locked up forever. Would this also make the teacher a low life, drug user and/or drunk, a thug. Things sure do change when the shoe is on the other foot. Why is her bond only 500 dollars and unsecured and she was charged with 3 counts of cruelty to animals???????????? WHY????????? Help me understand…..

  • Kristen

    The death penalty over a turkey that cost $5, when what happened was something that could not have been avoided You should get your facts straight before you make assumptions and try to play judge. She was found innocent. I just hope and pray that the coverage of her innocence, is displayed as largely as the charges were. Otherwise, we have a very messed up media!!


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