Lowndes County Superintendent Turns Himself In

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By Alabama News Network

Lowndes County superintendent Daniel Boyd turned himself in to authorities Thursday night. The arrest warrant charges Boyd with 243 counts of reckless endangerment of minors, one count for each female student allegedly put in danger. The charges were filed against boyd by the Hayneville Police Chief, Kelvin Mitchell, when Boyd allowed a school janitor who pled guilty to sex charges against minor to return to work. Stay with CBS 8 and ABC Montgomery for the latest on this developing story.