Tuesday, August 28, 2001

School bars girl in poisoning case




        A 13-year-old girl awaiting trial on charges she and three other students tried to poison their teacher last May at Oyler Elementary in Lower Price Hill was barred from school Monday by administrators.

        Cincinnati Board of Education attorney John Concannon said later Monday that the girl would be transferred to another school in the district.

        The teen, who has a learning disability, could be in class as early as Thursday, said her attorney, Christopher Kraus.

        At least one of the girls has been expelled. It is not known if the other two are still students in the Cincinnati Public district.

       



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