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Simi Valley teacher accused of robbing convenience store

October 11, 2011 | 10:16 am

Simi Valley teacher accused of robbery A high school science teacher in Simi Valley has been arrested for allegedly robbing a convenience store at knifepoint.

David Considine, 47, an employee of the Simi Valley Unified School District since August 2005, was arrested Oct. 6 in connection with the Sept. 29 robbery of a 7-11 store in Simi Valley, KTLA-TV reported.

Police say Considine took an unknown amount of cash from the store and fled in a vehicle. No one was injured.

He was being held at the Ventura County Jail on a charge of felony second-degree robbery, with bail set at $50,000.

Considine was placed on administrative leave, KTLA reported.

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