Skip to comments.Police: School teacher sold heroin, pills while on break from class
Posted on 07/11/2014 7:32:11 AM PDT by Morgana
TACOMA A 33-year-old school teacher living in Tacoma has been arrested and could face drug dealing charges after police said they discovered he was allegedly selling heroin and other contraband during school hours.
Sources tell Q13FOX News that teacher is Brian Bennett and the school where he has been teaching is Drum Intermediate School in University Place. Brian Bennett
Police say they began investigating Bennett earlier in the year for selling narcotics. According to Tacoma Police Department Officer Loretta Cool, police stopped him Thursday leaving his home in the 8400 block of Phillips Road SW and arrested him for possible drug possession.
Officers served a warrant to his home and recovered Oxycodone pills and heroin. He allegedly admitted to selling both drugs, even leaving the Drum Intermediate School to sell during his break.
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“We were on a BREAK!” ~ Ross & Rachel
Similar to the LAWLESSNESS that happens in the White House when Congress is ‘on break’ Eh? Jerk.
Geez, teachers selling drugs, teachers having inappropriate relationships, up to and including sexual relationships with students. Geez, these teachers sure give the good ones a bad name.
And it wasn’t REALLY s-e-x! *SNICKER*
“Thank a teacher”
The teacher was never disciplined or fired. He was some minor official for the local Democrat party, and in this town, corrupt Democrats rule.
These “educators” are a bunch of laughs. Is it no wonder that as a group education degree students score lowest on admission tests?
The solution is to pay teachers more money!
Washington Man First to Buy Legal Weed in Spokane Is Fired After Spotted on News
Im sad it happened but I got the title: Im No. 1. I regret nothing.
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