Elementary School Principal Arrested on Drug Charges

Osceola County, FL

Osceola County deputies say an elementary school principal was arrested on drug distribution and delivery charges on Friday.

43-year-old David Groover was booked in to the Osceola County jail Friday and has since bonded out.

Groover was charged with delivering methamphetamine, distributing narcotics, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and three counts of possession of a controlled substance.

Officials say the investigation began when deputies received a complaint of possible drug-related activity at Groover’s home.

During the investigation, Groover provided an undercover deputy with meth and GHB, according to detectives.

Deputies say a search warrant was executed at Groover’s home and several drugs and drug paraphernalia were located.

Groover is the principal of Partin Settlement Elementary School in Kissimmee. School officials have not said if any action will be taken against Groover.


It seems that we need an “overhaul” of educational staff. Who’s taking notes?

I don’t know what’s going on in Osceola County, but they’ve been having a lot educators breaking laws. This guy is an elementary school principal. He’s has not been fired by the school district. Why? What’s the problem?