According to Officials, A Cafeteria Employee Was Arrested for Distributing Baked Products Laced with Marijuana

Cafeteria worker arrested for distribution of baked goods laced with marijuana, officials said

They say a temporary cafeteria worker at Jewel M. Sumner High School sold handmade baked goods laced with marijuana on Friday, January 20.

For the offenses of Distributing CBS one and Distributing CBS one in a drug-free zone, 45-year-old Tymetrica Cohns of Kentwood, Louisiana has been charged.

After receiving a tip via the Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa P3 app, deputies investigated reports that a cafeteria worker was peddling baked treats.

Cafeteria worker arrested for distribution of baked goods laced with marijuana, officials said

Stilley praised the student who reported the incident via the P3 app, saying, “I want to applaud this kid who witnessed something and used the P3 app to bring this threat to the attention of our school administrators and law enforcement.”

Melissa Stilley, the superintendent of Tangipahoa Parish Schools, revealed that Cohn was a substitute worker employed by the staffing agency ESS.

Stilley also emphasized how critically important it is for pupils to feel comfortable in their schools.

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