Police arrested a woman they said was intoxicated and not wearing any pants at an Oklahoma high school Monday.
The woman, Lorie Hill, was a newly hired teacher for Wagoner Public Schools. She was found by two other teachers in a Wagoner High School classroom on the first day back at school for teachers.
Police said Hill admitted she had been drinking, police said they found an empty cup in her car.
Wagoner Police Chief Bob Haley said that even though evidence of alcohol consumption was found in Hill's car, there was only enough evidence to arrest her for public intoxication. He said there isn't a credible witness to prove that Hill drank at her house in Claremore and then commuted to Wagoner under the influence.
The Wagoner School District declined a request for comment saying it is a personnel matter, and they do not usually comment on those types of issues.
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