A teacher at Archbishop Hannan High School in Covington was booked Thursday for allegedly passing out brownies laced with marijuana to two girls at the school.
New Orleans resident Camille Brennan, 29, allegedly handed out the pot brownies at school on May 1.
One of the girl’s parents was not amused. The parent called the school, which in turn alerted the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Brennan admitted to detectives that she gave the girls weed brownies, police said in a news release. She resigned while under investigation and has been booked on two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and two counts of marijuana distribution.
The school’s principal, Father Charles Latour, declined to comment on Brennan’s dismissal.
In a letter, Latour asked school parents to share news of the arrest with their children as they saw fit, “because of the delicate nature of this matter.”