Not Guilty William Henry Yelland, Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania (arrested May 2015) [chokehold on student]

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    >>> The case continues as he tries to get his job back <<<
    >>> Lawsuit underway <<<


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    Abington Heights teacher charged with assault after injuring middle schooler


    An Abington Heights Middle School teacher placed a 13-year-old boy in a chokehold in April while in class, Lackawanna County detectives said. William Henry Yelland, 31, 103 Dearborn St., Waverly Twp., turned himself in today on charges of simple assault ...


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    Judge: Fired teacher must take fight for job before school board

    A former Abington Heights school teacher fired for allegedly assaulting a student must appeal the decision before the school board before he can proceed with certain claims in a federal lawsuit, a judge ruled. U.S. District Judge Malachy Mannion said William Yelland cannot seek damages for violations of his due process rights because he has not yet availed himself of all challenges he can file under an administrative proceeding with the district. Yelland sued the district last year, alleging he was wrongly fired in connection with an April 2015 incident involving student Trey Koehler. Yelland was charged with simple assault ...


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    Hearing set for fired Abington Heights teacher

    A former Abington Heights teacher acquitted of assaulting a student will have a hearing before the school board next month to try to get his job back. William Yelland fought to be reinstated for more than two years because of a dispute over whether the school board or a labor arbitrator should decide his case. Yelland sought to have an arbitrator hear his case, arguing he could not get a fair hearing before the board because he filed a federal lawsuit against the district related to his firing. U.S. District Judge Malachy Mannion rejected that claim in December. Yelland’s school ...


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