Teacher gets $71,000 bail for marijuana


Parents concerned about elementary school teacher’s arrest

www2.tricities.com 4/27

The war on this plant needs to stop. Another family destroyed……. -UA

Washington County, Tennessee’s Director of Schools said no red flags popped up about a special education teacher arrested on drug charges.

In fact, Ron Dykes said she always received rave reviews.

Deputies made a major drug bust Tuesday at the home of Grandview Elementary School teacher Toni Aloisio and her husband Jonathan Aloisio.

Jonathan was charged with possession of drugs for resale. He also faces weapons charges, as well as child abuse and neglect charges.

Toni also faces several drug charges and aggravated child abuse and neglect charges.

Toni Aloisio’s arrest has the mother of one of her students very concerned about the kind of instruction her three-year-old received under Aloisio’s direction.

“If you’re doing any kind of drugs I don’t feel like you have the consistency and patience with these children,” said Jobe.

Dykes said the system does its very best to protect students.

Aloisio is suspended without pay pending the outcome of the investigation.

Meanwhile, the school system is looking for a certified special ed teacher to fill her position.

On Monday, April 25 officers of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office arrested two Limestone, Tenn. residents and charged them with possession of schedules I, II and VI narcotics for resale, possession of drug paraphernalia, aggravated child abuse and neglect and maintaining a dwelling where controlled substances are used and sold.

The arrests occurred when officers went to 3661 Old State Route 34 to complete a follow up investigation. Upon entering the home officers smelled marijuana.

Officers then conducted a search of the home where they located approximately 285 marijuana plants, six pounds of processed marijuana, psychedelic mushrooms, three ounces of powdered cocaine, six handguns, four rifles and three sawed off shotguns.

Toni Aloisio’s bond was set at $71,000 and her arraignment will be held Wednesday, April 27.

Jonathan Aloisio’s bond was set at $221,000 and his arraignment is also set for April 27.

The Aliosio’s three children were removed form the home by the Department of Child Services.

The street value of the drugs is placed at approximately $500,000 due to the high THC content of the marijuana. The marijuana was selling for approximately $4,000 per pound.


  1. this is stupid the plant didn’t destroy this family it was the stupid laws in that inbred state they are from did… get it thru your ignorant head is a plant tht naturaly grows in this earth.. ignorant people like this laws and the “concerned” parent probably drinks wine or something every night to make her ignorant ass relax… many states have made it medically legal for a reason.so get of the 50’s trip and step into thr new world. this is a world run buy younger open minded people of mixed races… not your red neck inbred shitty small town run by OLD white ignorant assholes…… have a good day and toke up maybe you can relax enough to get that stick out your ass.


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