High school teacher charged with second DUI in as many weeks

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By Dwane Wilder

JACKSBORO—A Campbell County High School special education and homebound teacher was arrested for the second time in as many weeks when she allegedly hit a vehicle last Friday morning while trying to park on Main Street in Jacksboro in front of the Campbell County Courthouse.

Angeline S. Broyles, 55, of 904 Riverview Drive, LaFollette, was taken into custody by Jacksboro Police Chief Danny Chapman responding to a call about a motorist striking another car. He said Broyles was unable to comprehend and follow instructions when asked for her driver license. He then asked her to perform a field sobriety test, but she was unable. Broyles submitted to the implied consent law and was taken to the Campbell County Jail. She is charged with a second offense of DUI.

A week earlier, she was charged with public intoxication on campus after several of her students told a school resource officer that she was acting strangely. 

She was taken into custody after she allegedly failed field sobriety tests and was found to be in possession of 12 pills, believed to be Xanax, for which she could not show proof of a prescription. 

Chapman said Broyles was at the courthouse on Friday to be arraigned on the earlier charge.