FERNLEY, Nev. (KOLO) – A science teacher at Silverland Middle School in Fernley was arrested Feb. 14 by the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office on suspicion of using methamphetamine.

Kelly Rumbaugh, 58, posted bond to be released from the Lyon County jail. The investigation into the case is continuing and the sheriff’s office is not releasing other information at this time, sheriff’s spokesman Michael Carlson said.

Lyon County School District Superintendent Wayne Workman said Rumbaugh has been removed from class and no longer has contact with students. Workman could not comment on her current employment status because it is a personnel matter.

A number listed for Rumbaugh had been disconnected. Rumbaugh could not be reached for comment.

 

 

 

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