Louisiana school worker charged with selling pot edibles to students

A Cafeteria workers at a Louisiana high school was charged with allegedly selling marijuana-infused homemade baked goods to college students. The worker, who was hired by a temp agency to help with work at Jewel M. Sumner High’s cafeteria, was taken into custody Friday.

Boss Jimmy Travis with the Department of Tangipahoa Sherif told reporters that Tymetrica Cohn, 45, of Kentwood, Louisiana, was charged with multiple felonies related to her arrest. She faces charges of possessing and distributing a controlled hazardous substance and distributing a controlled hazardous substance in a drug-free zone.

According to a report on the Website for WAFB television from Baton Rouge, Cohn is said to have sold the infused edible to a student. Another student heard about the incident and used the P3 app to alert school administrators and local law enforcement to the threat.

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the The P3 app is used by many law enforcement agencies around the nation. It allows the general public to securely and anonymously submit tips to Crime Stoppers programs and law enforcement agencies with complete confidence. The P3 app can be downloaded for Apple iPhones from the App Store. If you have an Android device, you can download the same app at GooglePlay.

Superintendent of Tangipahoa Community Schools Melissa Stilley commended the student for seeing and saying something in relation to the alleged illegal activity at the school. Jewel M. Sumner High School is located in Kentwood, Louisiana.

It should be noted that the person arrested in this case, Tymetrica Cohns, should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. It should also be noted that Cohns was not employed by either Sumner High School or the Tangipahoa Parish School System. She was a contract clerk working for an employment service that provided staff for the school.

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