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Topic - David Edds
He said school officials assumed the Longworths were the victims because no one had heard from them and Jennifer Longworth had not shown up to work at Southwest Elementary School, where she'd taught for 12 years.
"We've got middle school kids and high school kids who may need to see a counselor because they had her in class and she was that important to them," he said.