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Prince William County Teacher Accused of Narcotics Possession



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    A Prince William County middle school teacher has been charged with narcotics possession with intent to distribute, according to police.

    Rachel Byrne Domina was employed as a seventh grade math teacher at Graham Park Middle School in Triangle, Va., when she was arrested, police said.

    On Dec. 17, Domina, 33, was charged as part of a narcotics investigation into a drug ring involving the use and distribution of the prescription drug oxycodone, police said.

    Police said they searched Domina’s home at 15431 Silvan Glen Drive in Dumfries.  Police also searched 1989 Kensington Place in Dumfries and 12601 Terranova Lane in Woodbridge.

    Oxycodone, drug paraphernalia, cash, a BMW, and records and documents were seized from these addresses, police said.

    Police said four individuals were arrested and charged in reference to the investigation besides Domina: Meghan Elizabeth Anderson, 28, and Robert Edwin Hofer, 28, of 12601 Terranova Lane in Dumfries; Taryn Lynne Francescon, 29, of 15989 Kensington Place in Dumfires; Ryan James Jones, 30, of 15705 Cranberry Court in Dumfries.

    All are scheduled for court on March 7 and are being held on a $5,000 secured bond.