BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Authorities arrested a Maryland teacher accused of selling drugs at several locations, including at the school where she worked.

51-year-old Monica Snee has been charged with numerous drug charges after she was found to be selling heroin and prescription pills.

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The Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office began investigating Snee in October.

On Tuesday, deputies served a search warrant on Snee’s vehicle as she left Parkside High School.

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During the search, deputies report finding 100 capsules of heroin, hundreds of oxycodone pills, and a small amount of suboxone strips. Snee did not have a prescription for the oxycodone or the suboxone, and they were not in proper prescription containers.

Authorities also found $3,000 on Snee, along with empty plastic baggies.

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