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Police: Wilson County Teachers Involved In School Prank

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Posted at 6:33 AM, Jun 18, 2015
and last updated 2015-07-09 01:56:33-04

LEBANON, Tenn. – Two teachers and an educational assistant in Wilson County have been accused of participating in a school prank.

The incident was reported at Tuckers Crossroads Elementary in Lebanon.

Sixth grade teachers Matthew Mock, April Ledsinger and educational assistant Melanie Young were cited in a police report.

According to investigators, the three were involved in pranks such as putting lotion on door handles, overturning desks, taking keys without permission and even stuffing a co-worker's car with packing peanuts.

In total, four victims were named in the report.

Right now, there's no motive for all of the pranks, but police are investigating the incidents.