Fourth grade teacher resigns after DWI arrest, school district says

SAN ANTONIO -- A fourth grade teacher who was arrested and accused of DWI resigned from her position Thursday, according to the Harlandale Independent School District.

As KENS 5 reported, Veronica Aguero was arrested and accused of driving while intoxicated early Wednesday morning.

Aguero, 34, was also arrested for marijuana possession and felony possession of a controlled substance, according to an arrest warrant.

Arresting officers said Aguero was found with bags of cocaine her in pant pockets and purse, as well as a marijuana cigarette in purse.

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A warrant states a San Antonio Police Department officer stopped Aguero around 2:15 a.m. while she was driving 75 mph in a 60 mph zone on northbound I-37 near the Brooklyn exit ramp.

Her vehicle was also veering from its lane and struck a construction barrel with workers present nearby, according to the warrant. Police said her vehicle struck a cement wall, and an officer could reportedly smell alcohol on her.

Aguero told police she was not aware that she hit a barrel in the road. She also stated she had been drinking at a friend's house "because she had a bad day."

Her blood was drawn after she refused to give breath or blood samples at the time of her arrest, according to the warrant.

Aguero also has a previous DWI conviction, according to court documents.

(© 2016 KENS)


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