DONALSONVILLE, Ga. -- A south Georgia woman has been sentenced to 35 years in an attack on an elementary school teacher that left her with injuries to her neck and spinal cord.
Seminole county District Attorney Joe Mulholland called Neotha Fedd's attack at Seminole County Elementary School one of the worst beatings he's ever seen.
The school's surveillance cameras were recording as Fedd dragged the victim down a hallway May 7, 2012 and repeatedly kicked her.
Fedd was a volunteer at the school and authorities have said the beating took place after a teacher who was monitoring the halls asked her what she was doing.
Fedd was convicted of aggravated battery and assault. She must serve 20 years of her sentence in prison and pay a $10,000 fine.