Elementary School Special Ed Teacher Busted With Nearly $3 Million In Cocaine


Busted! And to think this man was teaching young children.

Children often put trust in and look up to teachers especially in elementary school. Add that to children with special needs and you have the recipe to build a strong relationship. Unfortunately most parents would not be happy to know that this person also is a major Cocain dealer.

Via Daily Caller:

Officers with the Austin Police Department pulled over a 2012 Ford truck May 31 with 36-year-old Rogelio Saucedo riding in the passenger seat. An officer spotted a duffel bag that they suspected contained narcotics and dispatched an APD K-9, which indicated that drugs were present in the bag and several other spots of the vehicle, reports Laredo Morning Times.

Officers found 16 kilos of cocaine in the duffel bag, eight kilos in the center console and six kilos hidden under the back seat, along with several thousand dollars in cash. The seizure totaled 66 pounds with an estimated street value between $2.5 and $3 million. It is the largest cocaine bust in Austin since 2010.

Saucedo, a special needs teacher at J.C. Martin Elementary School, and the driver, 28-year-old Armando Lopez, are charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

Public school standards plummeted under Obama and here’s the evidence.

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