Teacher Tries To Get Meth Delivered To School During Class
Clay County, Florida
Cristal M Clark
I’ve always heard teaching is a tough gig, in fact I know what some of my friends and I were like as kids in school so it’s no wonder teachers are driven to drinking or worse meth. As it turns out one teacher in Clay County Florida was having such a rough day that she decided to call her dealer to have him deliver to her an 8-ball of meth, at school, during regular school hours.
Jacksonville Heights Elementary School, First-grade teacher Valerie Lee Prince, 43, called a dealer to bring her an eight ball of meth at the school stating she would step out of class when the dealer showed up with the goods.
That’s lovely, just lovely. Dealers are like Uber Eats now.
“You call me, I can just say I have to use the phone real quick I could step out and come right back in.”
Unfortunately for Valerie her dealer was also an informant who decided to rat her out to the police. That’s right, her dealer was an informant who worked with police narcotics officers and recorded the call. Lt. Domenic Paniccia told a press conference that: “she planned to consume some of the narcotics and return to the classroom.”
An undercover officer later delivered her $85 of meth, outside of school hours mind you then, Valerie was charged with purchasing and possessing meth, a felony and promptly arrested with said crime.
Once busted Valerie admitted to the use of methamphetamine on multiple occasions in the last six months and also confessed to the school-delivery deal. Which of course begs the question, how many times had she purchased drugs during school hours?
At any rate, let’s hope she is stripped of her teaching privileges at least refrain from allowing her to teach elementary kids, then again this is Florida and they tend to tolerate a lot of crazy shit.
Cristal M Clark