GBI spokeswoman Nelly Miles confirmed that her agency provided some assistance to Homeland Security with its investigation into Monogan, but she said the GBI “does not have an open investigation.”
The Red and Black student newspaper obtained a Sept. 27 resignation letter through an open records request. Monogan said he would resign effective Dec. 31.
“I acknowledge that in the event I am charged with a violation of state or federal law, a thorough review of the circumstances may be carried out and appropriate action taken pursuant to Board of Regents Policy 8.3.9 Discipline and Removal of Faculty Members,” Monogan wrote, according to the newspaper.
Since Monogan’s resignation, UGA has removed social media posts and web pages that mention him.
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A 16-year-old Marietta High student told police he lost control of his vehicle while coming around a curve on Manning Road and crashed into the bus.