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Girard school teacher found not guilty of disorderly conduct

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GIRARD, Ohio -

A teacher in the Girard school system has been cleared of a disorderly conduct charge filed after a complaint was filed by a school principal last year.

According to court records, after reviewing the case against Daniel Nagle, Girard Municipal Court Judge Jeffrey Adler on Thursday found him not guilty.

Nagle of Struthers was placed on paid leave last October when the charge was filed against the 7th and 8th-grade math teacher.

Girard police filed the charge after investigating a complaint made by junior high school principal Jen Santangelo on September 27 when she told police that she was in fear for her safety because Nagle was extremely upset over being disciplined.

Nagle had become disorderly and disruptive on that occasion, as well as at an earlier time, according to the report, which says the behavior allegedly occurred in the school where students could have witnessed the incident.

Police were called to escort Nagle from the school.

Nagle was also placed on paid leave by the Lowellville Schools where he was serving his first year as an assistant varsity football coach.

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