School administrator accused of choking student faces new charge

| February 28, 2017

THOMASVILLE – The director of a Thomasville private school accused of choking and threatening a student turned herself in Friday to face new charges of aggravated stalking.

Lind McLean, director of Favor Christian Academy, was charged last year with felony cruelty to a child for allegedly choking and threatening an 11-year-old student.

McLean is now accused of contacting a witness involved in that investigation, which resulted in a violation of her bond conditions. She is expected to appear before a judge later this week.

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