DANVILLE, Vt. - Caledonia Central Supervisory Union Superintendent Martha Tucker is no longer facing charges in a child abuse case.
Her lawyer says the judge dropped a pair of misdemeanor charges Tuesday, saying there just isn't enough evidence.
Tucker had been accused of not reporting child abuse and neglecting her duty as a public officer.
This all stems from a case a year ago, police say both Tucker and principal Noah Noyes found out a student was touched by a teacher, but did not report it to DCF.
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