Knoxville (WVLT) - Knox County Sheriff's deputies seized a computer from Powell High School Thursday morning.
Deputies would only say it's part of an ongoing investigation, but the Knoxville News-Sentinel reports that it's connected to a grade fixing investigation into Assistant Principal Kim Kallenberg.
Kallenberg's attorney Greg Isaacs tells Volunteer TV News that she welcomes this investigation; she did nothing wrong, and she looks forward to clearing her name.
Last month, the Knox County School District cleared Kallenberg of having an inappropriate relationship with former student Lee Smith.
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