Authorities: School cafeteria worker was cooking meth

Authorities: School cafeteria worker was cooking meth

Deanna Hatley

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by WCNC.com Staff

WCNC.com

Posted on November 5, 2012 at 7:27 PM

Updated Tuesday, Nov 6 at 12:32 AM

WADESBORO, N.C. – Wadesboro Police arrested an Anson County High School cafeteria worker after materials to make meth were found in her vehicle.

In a statement to NBC Charlotte the Anson County Superintendent said “I want to make it clear this incident had nothing to do with the students.”

Wadesboro police said that the vehicle of 42-year-old Deanna Hatley contained substances that “could be used in manufacturing controlled substances.” Investigators told NBC Charlotte that no students or staff members were in any immediate danger.

Hatley has been charged with possession of methamphetamine precursor, possession of precursor chemical with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance on school property, manufacture schedule II controlled substance, maintaining a vehicle for keeping a controlled substance and simple possession of Xanax.

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