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Crack Pipe For Show And Tell In Kindergarten?

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Show and tell was nearly transformed into a drug lab in a rural Missouri school. A kindergartener in Sweet Springs came to school with a bag of crystal meth and a crack pipe ready to educate his classmates on what his Mom finds very precious.

“He was very excited when he got to school,” Superintendent Donna Wright said. “But I don’t think he knew what he had.”

Luckily the school staff became aware of the paraphernalia and were able to intervene before the student was able to bring it into the classroom. The evidence was used by police to arrest the boy’s mother, Michelle Cheatham, 32, later that day. She posted bail and released.

via Kindergartener brings crack pipe, meth for show-and-tell – Yahoo! News.

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