A 3RD-grade teacher in Kansas was busted on cocaine dealing fees, in keeping with a neighborhood media document.
Heather OKAY. Jones, FORTY EIGHT, who teaches at Enders Open Magnet Basic College in Wichita, used to be arrested ultimate week on suspicion of seven counts of cocaine distribution, Lt. Lin Dehning of the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s division told the Wichita Eagle.
Her arrest ended a two-month research by way of the sheriff’s place of work, the paper pronounced.
She used to be booked into the Sedgwick County Jail on Tuesday, where she continues to be hung on $57,500 bond.
No other suspects are being sought, the paper pronounced.