The site leader of an after-school program in Winston-Salem is accused of leading a double life as a drug dealer who used the elementary school’s campus to handle clients, reports WFMY and other news outlets.
Arkeem Woods, 22, is charged with multiple drug-related offenses, including two counts of possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine on school property, said WFMY.
Woods was a site leader for the nonprofit after-school program at Ibraham Elementary in north Winston-Salem, reports Fox 8.
Investigators with the Winston-Salem Police say Woods sold narcotics to visitors to the campus, but they have not found evidence students or staff were customers, the station reported.
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A narcotics investigation determined Woods conducted drug deals without the teachers or school administrators finding out, reported the Winston-Salem Journal. His bond was set at $10,000, the newspaper said.
The after-school program at Ibraham Elementary as “academically focused” for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, according to a web site for the YWCA of Winston-Salem. Students get help with homework, use of computers and mentoring, says the agency.