It Was Meth Over Math For This Teacher Who Stole Field Trip Money To Fuel Her Habit

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If five seasons of Breaking Bad taught me anything, it's that you don't mix METH AND EDUCATION. Why is that so hard for some people to understand—especially in Middle America?! No offense.

Whether you're smoking it, snorting it, selling it, cooking it, just keep the f'in methamphetamines out of those hallowed halls.

Apparently, this Oklahoma elementary school teacher didn't get that memo and it's a damn shame because her students deserved to go on those field trips. Couldn't she have robbed a convenient store like a normal junkie? Who steals from children?? Oh wait, junkies.

I want to clarify that I 100% believe that drug addiction is a disease and I sympathize with those suffering, but I've gotta say, when it comes to meth addiction....that sympathy is reallll hard for me.

According to ABC6—"Megan Sloan, a 27-year-old teacher at Holmes Park Elementary, was arrested May 1 after admitting to bringing drugs and drug paraphernalia to the school, according to court documents. Police say she also admitted to using "field trip money" to purchase gas and drugs for herself.

"When questioned, police say Sloan told them that she believed she had two "Xanax footballs" in her purse in her classroom. When they checked her purse, police found multiple syringes -- some with exposed needles and one with heroin in it. Police also found .4 grams of methamphetamine in Sloan's purse, according to documents. Sloan later told police that she had pawned two school-owned iPads to a pawn shop in Broken Arrow. She also said she previously stole $125 in "field trip money" from her class, according to court documents."

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