A Texas elementary school principal has been arrested for allegedly bringing cocaine to campus, according to reports Wednesday.
Jessica Sanchez is charged with possession of a controlled substance in a drug-free zone, KTRK-TV first reported. She was arrested after an employee found the drugs in a restroom at Travis Elementary in Baytown, Texas.
“We will not, under any circumstances, tolerate this type of behavior in our schools. Our campuses are a safe haven for students, and we will not have students in unsafe environments,” the Goose Creek Consolidated ISD said in a statement.
Court records cited by the outlet say Sanchez has posted a $5,000 and was expected to be released.
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Sanchez’s page on Travis Elementary’s official website has been removed.
GCCISD referred Fox News Digital to the district’s police department, which did not respond to a request for comment.
Officials told KXXV the incident is being reported to the Texas Education Agency’s Division of Investigation. Fox News Digital has reached out to the agency for comment.
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Baytown is approximately 30 miles east of Houston.