Georgia is responsible for this massive $6 million drug bust and the involvement of a middle school teacher. The Gainesville Times was the first to publish the reports:
Authorities seized more than $6 million worth of cocaine and heroin Thursday from a home on Crawford Oaks Drive in Oakwood.
The Hall County Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad arrested two suspects, one of whom was a teacher at Chestatee Academy, while the third suspect is still at large.
Monica Pascual Brito, 24, and Karla Alvarez, 28, both of Oakwood, were arrested and charged with trafficking and possessing with the intent to distribute cocaine and heroin. The two also face two counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
Alvarez has been teacher at Chestatee since August 2015 and coached the middle school girls soccer team, according to Hall County Schools spokesman Gordon Higgins.
“They got information that there was probably a substantial amount of heroin and cocaine at the house,” Hall County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Scott Ware said.
The estimated value of the drugs totaled $6,209,280.
We often hear complaints about a teacher’s salary, but this is the furthest I’ve seen a teacher go to make an extra buck. Goes to show you, Breaking Bad could happen in real life.
Flip the Pages to See Photos of the Drugs & Both Women’s Mugshots…