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Lynchburg teacher uses lie detector test on students

LYNCHBURG, VA (WWBT) -

A third-grade teacher in Lynchburg has some explaining to do after parents claim the teacher subjected her student to a lie detector test.

The PTA at Dearington elementary school says the teacher noticed candy missing during a Valentine's Day celebration.

In an attempt to find the candy, parents say the teacher took out her cell phone, found a lie detector app and made every student take it.

The school's administration won't comment on the claims, saying it's a personnel issue.

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