WAYNE COUNTY, NC (WITN) The Wayne County School System says an instructional assistant and assistant football coach at Goldsboro High School has resigned after being arrested on drug charges.
The Goldsboro Wayne County Inter-Agency Drug Task Force arrested 28-year-old William McIntyre and charged him with 20 drug and related offenses.
McIntyre is charged with four counts of selling and delivering a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, four counts of possession with intent to sell/deliver drugs, four counts of maintaining a vehicle for selling drugs, three counts of selling drugs, three counts of delivering drugs, maintaining a residence for selling drugs and carrying a concealed firearm.
McIntyre was hired in August 2018 as an instructional assistant and assistant football coach at Goldsboro High. He was placed on leave without pay on Thursday, December 6. He resigned on Tuesday, December 11 and was arrested Wednesday.
The district says it is fully cooperating with law enforcement during its on-going investigation.
Any further inquiries or additional information regarding this investigation should be directed to the Goldsboro Policy Department.
Bond for McIntyre was set at $50,000. Online records show he has bonded out.
At this moment there is not yet a mug shot available.