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Florida Elementary School Teacher Arrested For Selling Drugs To Undercover Cops

April 17, 2015  |  Posted by: JammedUp Staff
Florida Elementary School Teacher Arrested For Selling Drugs To Undercover Cops Teacher Cheryl Heineman, 45, arrested on drug charges

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Police charged an elementary school teacher in Osceola County, Florida with drug dealing after she sold prescription pills, and LSD to Undercover police officers.

Cheryl Heineman, 45, and her 20-year-old boy friend and partner in crime Jack Lindsey are under arrest and accused of selling cocaine, acid, Xanax, meth, oxycodone and hydrocodone. The pair took part in a string of drug transactions with plainclothes narcotics agents, police said.

Jack Lindsey, 20, ran drug operation with Heineman

Jack Lindsey, 20, ran drug operation with Heineman

When Heineman didn’t work as a third-grade teacher at Central Avenue Elementary School in St. Cloud. She dealt drugs. Her arrest is part of a 26 page indictment, which shows Police first became aware of the teacher’s drug operation by a confidential informant.

After several undercover buys with her underling, the undercover officers say they were then passed on to Heineman, who was Lindsey’s partner in the drug ring. Evidence in the indictment includes videotape surveillance of each drug sale, which were usually conducted in the parking lots of shopping centers.

Heineman and Lindsey are both charged with possession with the intent of selling and delivering narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officials from the School district said they transferred Heineman to a position in which she can have no contact with children.

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