A Louisiana high school teacher has been arrested after allegedly giving pot brownies to two of her students.
According to The Times-Picayune, 29-year-old English teacher, Camille Brennan, provided two female students at Archbishop Hannan High School the illegal snacks. The pot brownies were given to the students during school hours on May 1.
The marijuana-infused treats were discovered by one of the female student’s parents.
Reverend Charles Latour, the school’s principal, contacted police, who arrested the New Orleans resident on May 21.
Brennan admitted to police that she handed out the brownies. She immediately resigned from her position after officers launched an investigation.
The former teacher was charged with two counts of distribution of marijuana and two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.
Rev. Latour sent the following email to parents following the teacher’s resignation:
“The care and safety of your sons and daughters is a priority I hold sacred.”
No further details are available at this time.