Yadkin County Teacher Charged For Assaulting Handicapped Student

A teacher at Forbush High in Yadkin county has been charged with assaulting a handicapped student and obstructing justice.  The teacher has been suspended with pay.

Fox 8:

Judy Ellison Wilburn, of Pfafftown, was arrested by the Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office on Friday and charged with one misdemeanor count of assault on a handicapped person and one felony count of common law obstruction of justice.

WXXI 12:

Yadkin County deputies said the alleged incident happened Wednesday. Deputies also allege she deleted incriminating statements.

Wilburn might look familiar to some.

Yadkin Ripple:

Martin said Wilburn has been an educator for more than 25 years. She joined the Yadkin County School System in 1998 and became a teacher in the Exception Children Department in 2009. Last year Wilburn spoke about her love of her job as a special needs educator in an interview on YouTube for the political organization Carolina Rising. Wilburn was also featured in a campaign ad praising Speaker Thom Tillis and Governor Pat McCrory for their work to improve the public schools of North Carolina.

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  1. Paul H. Lemmen says:

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