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A third-grade teacher in northeast Parker County was arrested this week after admitting to a Texas Ranger that she had been using methamphetamine in the mornings before class for about seven years.
Vickie Bruce, 46, was confronted by investigators Tuesday at school.
Texas Ranger James Holland said in an arrest warrant affidavit that Bruce admitted to using meth "before going to work for the last seven years 'off and on.'"
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-- Bill Miller
Posted at 09:48 AM in Meth, Teachers arrested | Permalink
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