Oops! Wrong day to bring weed into the office!
Twenty-three-year-old teacher Ana Carrera of the San Antonio Independent School District (SAISD) in Texas was arrested on Monday after a drug-sniffing police dog being walked through the school during a random drug search led authorities to a bag belonging to her.
Less than two ounces of marijuana were found in it.
According to KENS 5, Carrera will face a stiff penalty because the drugs were found in a “drug free zone.”
The teacher, who was in her first year on the job at Lanier High School, resigned after her arrest.
Carrera has been charged with a Class A misdemeanor.
“This is a very disappointing incident, and we do not want it to take away from the rest of the faculty, who serve as positive role models for the students of Lanier High School,” the school district said in a statement.
We’re sure she highly regrets beginning her career this way.