Teacher Accused of Helping Students Escape Detention Center

By Matt Fitzpatrick
|  Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011  |  Updated 11:22 PM EDT
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Teacher Accused of Helping Students Escape Detention Center

Prince William County Police

Timothea Dzan

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A Prince William County, Va., school teacher is accused of helping four students escape from a juvenile detention center, according to Prince William County police.

Timothea Dzan, 52, of Woodbridge, a school teacher assigned to the M.E.S.H. juvenile facility in Manassas, provided the four juvenile students with information on how to escape from the facility, police said.

Those juveniles, ranging in age from 14 to 17, escaped but were found the same day.

Dzan was charged with four counts of aiding in the escape of a child and four counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

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