As a science trainer, Guy Raynak was no stranger to the results of chemical compounds, however when he was discovered handed out at a quick meals outlet, he had in his system a cocktail of medication that will not look misplaced at a laboratory.
A police officer raised the alarm when he noticed the 44-year-old educator at Shanks Middle School behaving erratically at a Burger King restaurant on West Jefferson Street in Quincy, Florida, WCTV reported.
He was then taken by ambulance to Capital Regional Medical Center the place he began to behave much more unpredictably, emptying his duffel bag, throwing water round and crawling on the ground.
Gadsden County deputies known as to the hospital examined his private results which included a sun shades case with two torch lighters, a rubber ring, a small bag with about 25 Xanax tablets and a crushed tablet.
Raynak then used the lavatory and uncovered himself to a nurse.
According to a police report, when he was within the examination room, “he was intermittently masturbating, urinating on himself and crawling around on the floor,” the Tallahassee Democrat reported.
He informed medical doctors that he had taken methamphetamine and cocaine earlier than faculty and that he left the college at lunchtime and popped a Xanax tablet at Burger King. It shouldn’t be clear whether or not he had taught any college students that morning.
Raynak was taken to the Gadsden County Jail the place he was charged with possession of a managed substance with no prescription. He was later launched after posting a $2,500 bond.
He has been positioned on administrative go away with out pay, pending the result of the fees and whether or not he completes a rehabilitation program
Roger Milton, superintendent of Gadsden County Schools mentioned he was unaware whether or not Raynak was beneath the affect in entrance of scholars, nonetheless, beneath his district’s coverage, he may nonetheless return to work.
“So the policy says under those circumstances, the employee is given an opportunity to participate in the program, and depending upon the court charges and all of that, he could continue his employment with the district,” he mentioned.
“He appeared to be a very nice, very personable young man,” Milton mentioned, including, “I’m not conscious of some other prison historical past or background or issues or any points.
“We worth our staff in Gadsden, so we’re hopeful that no matter Mr. Raynak’s involvement or state of affairs is, that he would work towards some decision of it,” Tallahassee Democrat reported.