KETTERING, Ohio (WDTN) – A Huber Heights teacher whose home was raided during a drug search was arrested again early Monday morning.

Kettering police arrested Steven Jutras after officers pulled his car over at East Dorothy Lane and Woodman Drive.  Officers say Jutra seemed nervous, so they called in a K9 unit to investigate.  They say the dog found methamphetamine, heroin and various pills in the car.

He is currently in the Montgomery County Jail being held on a drug possession charge awaiting appoval of charges by prosecutors.

Jutras, 45, is on leave from the Huber Heights City School District. He is a middle school teacher at Weisenborn Junior High.

An anonymous tip led police to his Vitek Drive home in late March. Officers say they found crystal meth, cocaine, heroin and other drugs inside.  Jutras was one of four people arrested that day.

The Huber Heights school district says Jutras was already on leave from his teaching duties following a separate incident.