Berrien teacher charged with obscene Internet contact with a child

| March 9, 2016

Grady Jewell Jr 40


THOMASVILLE – A former Berrien Middle School teacher has been charged with with obscene Internet contact with a child.

Grady Jewell Jr., 40, was charged Tuesday morning for allegedly exchanging inappropriate social media messages with a Thomas County School System student who reported them to school officials, reports the Valdosta Daily Times.

Jewell reportedly admitted to sending the messages, according to officials with the Thomas County Sheriff’s Office.

Jewell resigned from his position at BMS on March 3. He previously taught at Thomas County Middle School.

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  1. blacksheep says:

    Oh,Eric looky here

  2. Robert says:

    Wow!! I used to work with this guy at VSP before he became a teacher. Guess he didn’t learn the right thing with all those sex offenders out there. Well….no more teaching career for him. I guess this time he will be working the other side of the bars.

    • Lucy says:

      Deserves to be on the other side! People are so sick! As a victim from childhood, I believe all people like this deserve maximum punishment! I’m glad she told. I carried mine for almost 40 years and the happiest day was when I found out the sick man was more pain for any children because of him!