A central Florida elementary school principal has been arrested on drug charges after a sting operation, authorities said Saturday.
David Groover, 43, was arrested Friday after deputies searched his St. Cloud, Florida home, uncovering methamphetamine, marijuana, GHB and drug paraphernalia, according to an Osceola County Sheriff's office statement.
The educator, principal at Partin Settlement Elementary School, allegedly provided an undercover agent with drugs, including methamphetamine, authorities said. He was charged with possession and delivery of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He was unavailable for comment after being booked at the Osceola County Jail.