JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A woman who tried to hire a hit man to kill her estranged husband and a man who threatened on Facebook to cause “a blood bath” at a high school have agreed to give up their teaching certifications.
The agreements with Annette Burnia and Daniel Reed are among several the Missouri Board of Education is set to consider next week.
Burnia was sentenced last year in St. Francois County to 10 years in prison for soliciting a relative to kill her husband. The relative contacted police.
Reed pleaded guilty to making a terroristic threat. He was arrested in August 2011 after an investigation into the threat against East Newton High School.
Burnia has a substitute teacher certification, and Reed is certified to teach social studies to 7th- to 12th graders.