Update: MetroPCS Employee Was Doing The Unthinkable With Her Nephew
An Oklahoma second-grade teacher landed in hot water this week after using another teacher's computer at an elementary school. Megan Sloan, a 27-year-old teacher at Holmes Park Elementary School in Sapulpa, had a conversation with an acquaintance on Facebook using another teacher's computer — before accidentally leaving the website open and walking away. The other teacher happened to glance at the Facebook conversation, and what was written left her horrified. Police were called soon after and launched an investigation into Sloan and the incriminating Facebook conversation. And when authorities did a search of Sloan's purse, they made a disturbing find. Police found roughly 40 syringes, which would later test positive for both heroin and meth. They also found drug paraphernalia and other prescription drugs.