RALEIGH, N.C. (KTLA) — Two convicted killers responsible for running a summer day camp for children at a North Carolina university were reassigned Friday.
The women worked at the Kiddie Kollege Summer Camp at St. Augustine’s University, according to local TV station WNCN.
The camp manager, Doris Bullock, was convicted of second-degree murder in 1981 in the death of her infant child.
Her assistant, Deidra Gary, was convicted in 2000 of killing her husband, Carolina Panthers running back Fred Lane.
Bullock has worked at the school for 12 years and Gary has been with the university for about a year, according to WNCN.
On Friday, the women were moved to other administrative duties that do not involve children, University President Dianne Boardley Suber said.
“While I remain confident in their ability, I have decided to reassign both employees to their administrative roles at the University. It is paramount to maintain a positive learning environment for the children. We will continue to maintain diversity within our staff and evaluate employees on their merit,” said Suber.