Roane found guilty of DWI
Former principal of Washington and Lee High School, Andrea Roane, was found guilty of a DWI in Westmoreland County General District Court on Tuesday, June 24.
Her sentencing included: 60 day jail sentence, suspended, driver’s license suspended for a year with restricted license granted for work, required VASAP attendance and two years of unsupervised probation. She will also be required to use an Interlock device before driving.
Roane was prosecuted by Northumberland Prosecutor Jane Wrightson and plead guilty to the charge. According to Wrightson, Roane blew a .15 or over, which qualified her for a mandatory jail sentence, but it was dropped down because it was her first offense.
School psychologist Russell Perry was also due in court for a DWI charge on June 24, but had her court date continued to July 22 at 10 a.m.
A third Westmoreland County Public School employee, Montross Middle School Language Arts teacher Romeo Vincent, was also charged with a DWI. His arraignment was also on June 24 and his court date is set for September 16 at 10 a.m.