A mom is accused of multiple counts of selling drugs to high school students in San Diego, California. As CBS 8 shares, Kimberly Dawn Quach is accused of selling or offering controlled substances like Xanax, Suboxone and marijuana to minors. She is also accused of providing teens with marijuana to sell, package or transport at Cathedral Catholic High School and other area.
Principal Kevin Calkins of Cathedral Catholic High School shares that Quach is the mother of one of their students: "Recently, the parent of a CCHS student was arrested and charged with the sale and possession of illegal drugs and other controlled substances. The investigation that triggered that arrest is ongoing and affects Cathedral Catholic and other high schools in the area," the letter sent to parents said in part.
A search warrant affidavit filed Oct. 3 by San Diego police investigators alleges that Quach showed the teenager how to make the sales, and that the teen collected customer money in cash and through online payments. The teen told investigators that she made fewer than 10 sales of an ounce of marijuana, for $25 each, in the 30 days before the arrest.
Per the Union-Tribune, investigators believe that Quach showed a teen how to make the drug sales and the teen collected money in cash and online payments. The teen told investigators that she made fewer than 10 sales of an ounce of marijuana. As People shares, suboxone is a controlled substance with a high-risk for addiction that is used to treat pain as well as addiction to narcotic pain relievers.
The 48-year-old Quach has been charged with 37 counts. She has pled not guilty and has obtained representation from the public defender’s office. Her next court date is scheduled for November 29.
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