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Teacher Left Facebook Page Open at School – What Coworker Saw Made Her Call the Police

An Oklahoma second-grade teacher was in hot water 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 leaving.

The other teacher happened to look at the Facebook conversation, and what she saw left her horrified.

According to Fox 23, Sloan had asked someone about using and selling heroin. But that wasn’t all.

The elementary school teacher also chatted about selling school property that she had stolen.

Police were called soon after and launched an investigation into Sloan and the Facebook conversation, according to Fox 23.

When authorities did a search of Sloan’s purse, they found something horrible.

Police found roughly 40 syringes, which tested positive for both heroin and meth. They also found drug paraphernalia and other prescription drugs.

Investigators located her bag in the classroom, but Sloan said children “never had access to her purse,” according to Lt. Philip Diehl. He said:

“This particular morning the purse was left in the classroom, because as soon as she arrived at work she was called down to the office, and so she set her purse down and left.”

Sloan later admitted to investigators that she stole two iPads from the school and used field trip money to fund her drug habits.

Sapulpa Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Johnny Bilby told Fox 23:

“We are working closely and cooperating with Sapulpa Police to investigate this matter fully and resolve it.”

Sloan is currently being held at Creek County Jail on a $41,000 bond on embezzlement, drug possession, and paraphernalia charges. Sloan admitted openly to drug use when questioned by police.

She has no prior arrest history.