“After hearing his testimony and after hearing the testimony of Surber, [the grand jury] dropped all the charges,” Waters said.
He said his client spoke mainly about his job responsibilities, why he became a special education teacher and how seriously he took those responsibilities. Roberts also addressed the allegations against him, which were made by what Waters described as a “disgruntled paraprofessional that was in his classroom previously that he had to have removed for various reasons.”
Through his attorney, Roberts, who left the school system and education, said in a statement: “I am pleased and relieved with the outcome of Friday’s grand jury hearing. I was confident that if the truth finally came out, I would be exonerated of any wrongdoing. Nonetheless, it has been a long