By Steve Neavling
Parents have enough to worry about when sending their children off to school.
In Midland, Texas, a teacher and her husband were arrested over the weekend on methamphetamine-related charges, My San Antonio report.
DEA agents arrested the couple, Theresa Renee Stroud, 47, and Stacy Stroud, 52, who were being held in jail awaiting bond.
Federal officials were staking out the couple for more than a moth before making the arrest.
The good news: Officials don’t believe Theresa Stroud brought the drugs into her classroom.
“I know that when they apprehended her that she had narcotics on her,” Sheriff Gary Painter said. “She was booked into jail and they found some more during the booking process.”
Stroud resigned from Lee High School.
“MISD was made aware of the arrest of Lee High School teacher, Mrs. Theresa Stroud, over the weekend,” MISD Superintendent Ryder Warren said in the release. “I have accepted a resignation from Mrs. Stroud this morning, so she is no longer an employee of the district.”