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Special education teacher in Md. arrested for allegedly selling heroin at school

Monica Snee, who works at Parkside High School, has reportedly been charged by Wicomico County authorities with possession of heroin, distribution of heroin, and distribution of heroin on school property. (Photo: Wicomico Sheriff’s Department)

A special education teacher in Wicomico County, Maryland has been arrested and charged with selling heroin at school, Wicomico County Public School officials confirmed in a statement Tuesday.

Monica Snee, 51, of Salisbury, who works at Parkside High School, has reportedly been charged by Wicomico County authorities with possession of heroin, distribution of heroin, and distribution of both heroin and prescription medications on school property.

Police say Snee was arrested on Nov. 14 as she was driving off of school grounds. Over 100 capsules containing heroin, hundreds of oxycodone pills and small amounts of suboxone strips are said to have been found in her car, along with $3,000 in cash.

The Principal of Parkside High reached out by phone to parents of students Tuesday night, according to the school system statement.

“Good evening Parkside High School parents and guardians," The principal reportedly said in the call. "This is Principal Kim Pinhey calling to inform you that the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office has arrested Monica Snee, a teacher at Parkside High School, on drug distribution charges. On the afternoon of Tuesday, November 14th, the administration received information from law enforcement which resulted in our immediate notification of district administration. Ms. Snee was placed on administrative leave effective immediately and is not teaching, pending the outcome of the judicial process as well as the school system's administrative investigation."


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