Police: Ariz. kindergarten teacher sold drugs
LAKE HAVASU CITY, Ariz. (AP) - An Arizona elementary teacher is facing drug charges after Lake Havasu City police say she was selling prescription pills.
The News-Herald reports that Stefanie Courson was arrested Friday following a month-long undercover operation.
Authorities say that an undercover detective bought Xanax and Morphine pills from Courson on several occasions.
The 42-year-old Courson was charged with the sale of dangerous drugs, sale of narcotic drugs, sale of prescription only drugs, and possession of prescription only drugs.
Officials say Courson is a kindergarten teacher at Havasupai Elementary School in Lake Havasu City.
Also arrested was 43-year-old Michael Stucker. He is facing a number of drug charges.
Courson and Stucker are at the Lake Havasu City jail pending their initial appearances.
It was not known if either had attorneys.
Information from: Today's News-Herald.
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