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New Hampshire Teacher Accused of Falsifying Evidence in Drug Investigation

Delisle turned herself in and has since been released on bail

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    A New Hampshire high school teacher has been charged with falsifying physical evidence in a drug investigation.

    Diane Delisle, a special education teacher at Keene High School, is accused of having someone help her remove a cut off straw, pill grinder and a small bag of white powder from the school as police approached her Aug. 24.

    Police say co-workers said they saw the 54-year-old Delisle with the items. Police said she agreed to a search of her purse, but also texted someone to remove her purse from a classroom. She guided police to her car.

    Delisle turned herself in on an arrest warrant Wednesday and was released on bail.

    It wasn't immediately known if she had a lawyer; a phone message was left at her home Thursday.

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