IRWIN (KDKA) — The husband of a Norwin School District teacher, who is charged with selling heroin, is now also facing charges, accused of trying to intimidate the informant in the case.

Lisa Rodnicki, a health teacher at Norwin High School has been out on paid leave since last week when she was arrested.

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Police say she’s accused of selling 45 bags of heroin to a confidential informant. The drugs had a price tag of $300.

Rodnicki is also the daughter of the Norwin School District Superintendent William Kerr.

But now, days after her arrest, police picked up Rodnicki’s husband, Marc. Police say he figured out who the confidential informant in his wife’s case was and allegedly tried to have him assaulted.

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According to the affidavit of probable cause, Rodnicki’s husband allegedly arranged to have a third party set up a meeting with the informant. Marc planned to wait at a predetermined location for the informant to show up.

The affidavit of probable cause goes on to report that Marc said when the informant arrived he would allegedly be able to [expletive] him or her up. The third party told Marc he didn’t want to be involved.

Lisa is now out on bail, but Marc remains behind bars.

He is charged with witness intimidation and solicitation to commit assault. He also faces two drug-related charges.

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Lynne Hayes-Freeland