Deputy head arrested in front of his pupils at school in Kingsbury
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Nigel Jamieson frogmarched to Wealdstone Police Station
A second person has been thrown into jail today this time the deputy headmaster at a borough school.
Nigel Jamieson was publicly arrested this morning at Kingsbury High School where police frogmarched him away from the school grounds and into Wealdstone Police Station.
The arrest formed part of a charity stunt to raise money for St Luke’s Hospice in Kenton.
Mr Jamieson remained in prison until enough ‘bail money’ was raised thorugh donations to secure his release and was let out this morning after raising £1284.07.
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Kenton councillor Cllr Reg Colwill also joined in the fundraising stunt.
To continue donating: text: BAIL60 plus £(amount you would like to donate) to: o70070 or go to http://www.justgiving.com/Kingsbury-High-School
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