KENTWOOD, La. (WAFB/Grey Information) – A Louisiana faculty cafeteria employee has been charged with promoting marijuana-laced meals.
WAFB studies that 45-year-old Tymetrica Kons, a brief worker at Jewel M. Sumner Excessive Faculty, was arrested Friday for allegedly promoting marijuana-infused home made baked items.
Authorities in Tangipahoa County mentioned they have been notified by the Crime Stoppers app that an worker of the cafe was allegedly promoting home made edibles.
“I need to commend this pupil who noticed one thing and used the app to convey this risk to the eye of our college officers and regulation enforcement,” Tangipahoa Parish Faculty Superintendent Melissa Stilley mentioned.
In response to Stilley, Coons was a substitute employee employed by a staffing company that locations staff on the faculty.
“The protection of our college students is paramount to our college system,” Stilley mentioned.
Officers didn’t instantly launch different data associated to the incident.
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