ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPAL ARRESTED AFTER HIGH SPEED CHASE AND DRUNK DRIVING

Rose Schwartz

Charlotte Alerts

Speeds reached over 100 mph as a elementary school principal allegedly ran from cops while drunk

The Joseph C. Chamberlain Elementary School principal faces multiple charges, including drunk driving, after a police pursuit in Raynham, Mass. on May 19, 2020. Rose Schwartz, 44, is accused of striking a guardrail and then fleeing from police at 110 miles per hour in a SUV.

Police said they received a call at about 6:15 p.m. about a person in an SUV driving erratically and swerving in the road. A police officer responded to the scene and noticed the SUV’s front bumper dragging on the pavement. When the officer signaled for Rose to stop, she allegedly sped away. The officer pursued her until she stopped. 

Rose faces charges that include operating under the influence, speeding, failure to stop for police and negligent operation of a motor vehicle.

Rose was fired from her position as principal after her arrest.

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