Drug dealers come from all walks of life, not just the stereotype. Yesterday, in Oakwood, GA, a middle school teacher was busted in connection to a sizable amount of drugs seized by the authorities.
At a home in Oakwood, the Hall County Multi-Agency Narcotics Squad found a whopping $6,209,2806 worth of cocaine and heroin (61 kilos of coke and one kilo of dope) and two semi-automatic assault rifles. Monica Pascual Brito, 24, and Karla Alvarez, 28, were both booked on charges of trafficking and possessing with the intent to distribute cocaine and heroin, according to the Gainesville Times. They also face charges of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony. A third suspect, Ricardo Pascual Brito, 25, is still at large and is wanted on the same charges. It is believed that the Britos are brother and sister.
According to reports, “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.”
More charges are expected, since anabolic steroids were also found in the residence.