A Utah elementary school teacher is facing jail after heroin was found in her classroom and in her car.
Claudia Reaney is alleged to have brought drug paraphernalia into her third grade classroom and is suspected to have been taking drugs while teaching.
The 49-year-old was arrested after a drug-sniffing dog was brought into her classroom at Buffalo Point Elementary school in Ogden, Utah.
Police waited until students had left the school before carrying out the search. A K-9 was also used to search Reaney's car in the school car park where heroin residue was found.
'Basically what we found is paraphernalia sort of stuff that also had enough heroin residue to be testable,' Chief Garret Atkin of the Syracuse Police Department told Fox14. 'There were some pieces of balloons, some tin foils, straws.'
Police said all the drug paraphernalia was in reach of children.
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