Seattle School District Employee Arrested For Crack Dealing

A Seattle school district employee could soon face charges for drug dealing after, police records say, he sold crack cocaine to a police informant.

Ronnie Bryant, 45, a legal assistant for the Seattle school district, was arrested last week after a police informant purchased crack cocaine at Bryant’s Central District apartment on three separate occasions.

Police served a warrant at the home in the 300 block of 28th ave S and recovered additional crack cocaine.

Bryant has not yet been charged.

Sources familiar with the investigation say Bryant sold drugs out of his home and was known on the street as “Teach.”