Teacher Arrested For Allegedly Giving Two Students Weed Brownies
A Louisiana high school teacher was arrested for giving two students pot brownies.
According to The Times-Picayune, the 29-year-old English teacher, Camille Brennan, gave the treats to the underage female students of Archbishop Hannan High School during school hours on May 1.
The parents of one of the girls found out about the brownies that evening and informed school officials immediately.
Reverend Charles Latour, the school's principal, then contacted police, who arrested the New Orleans resident on May 21 after she turned herself in.
As she was questioned by debuties, Brennan admitted to handing out the brownies, reports The Smoking Gun.
She resigned from her position shortly after the investigation was launched.
Brennan was charged with two counts of distribution of marijuana and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.
Rev. Latour sent an email to parents on Thursday explaining Brennan's arrest.
The email said,
The care and safety of your sons and daughters is a priority I hold sacred.
The investigation is ongoing and may lead to additional charges for Brennan.