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    Substitute Cafeteria Worker Arrested for Selling Weed Edibles to Students

    Tymetrica Cohn was a “temporary employee” at Louisiana’s Sumner High School. According to reports, Tymetrica was a cafeteria worker. She is currently in being held in custody at the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office. Her crime? Tymetrica has been arrested for selling weed edibles to students.

    Authorities were alerted of the suspicions surrounding Tymetrica via “the Crime Stoppers of Tangipahoa P3 app”. Tymetrica has been charged with possession and distribution of illegal substances. Chief Jimmy Travis of the Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff’s Office stated that Tymetrica Cohn, a 45-year-old resident of Kentwood, LA, was arrested for narcotics offenses based on a Crime Stoppers tip indicating drug sales to a student.


    1. Yea, it’s wrong.
      But can you really blame her for her “side hustle”?
      I am pretty sure her substitute cafeteria job did not pay very well.
      Of course that should not justify her actions but again, if the demand is there, and she was meeting a demand, then is it really wrong in the larger context of the issue?
      Let’s look at child pornography. We all know it’s wrong. And, we all know there is a high demand for it, sadly and disgustingly. But it’s allowed to freely occur. And I don’t see a whole lot of people getting arrested for it.
      Therefore, I would want to try to understand better, why there is such a demand for things that are deemed illegal? Why do high schoolers have such a need to self-medicate? Is this anything new? Why are there so many perverts in our world who sexualize children? We all know that this is NOTHING new. I realize that the two issues are not necessarily connected. It all simply goes back to the “supply and demand” of any said “product.”
      In other words, the cafeteria worker is NOT the source of the problem.

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