A Dougherty County middle school teacher, arrested on drug charges, is out of jail tonight but won't be allowed back in the classroom.
30 year-old Dontreal Williams is on administrative leave with pay.
Camilla Police arrested Williams, who teaches 7th grade science at Dougherty Middle school, during a traffic stop Saturday.
He's charged with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of a drug related object.
Williams bonded out of the Mitchell County Justice Center Monday night.
An administrative hearing will be held to determine his future.
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