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An Anderson County High School teacher was arrested this past weekend in an online prostitution sting.
Brian Dean Justice, 40, also a former assistant principal at Clinton Middle School, was arrested by Knox County Sheriff’s Department deputies Friday after he allegedly contacted a person he thought was a prostitute after answering an online ad on a website called backpage.com and arranging to meet the person at a motel in Knox County. That person turned out to be an undercover deputy, and Justice was arrested and charged with patronizing prostitution.
Justice, a 15-year veteran of the Anderson County school system, resigned his teaching position on Monday.
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