The Globe reports that Queon Jackson, acting headmaster at Madison Park High School, was suspended after school officials learned the feds are investigating his alleged role in a credit-card fraud ring. The Globe reports he admitted to sufficient facts for a guilty finding in a drug and domestic-violence case in 2000. Superintendent Carol Johnson appointed him in September.
Last year, O'Bryant Headmaster Rodney Jackson quit his job after news surfaced he was on probation for punching and kicking his wife.
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