Montana daycare worker Autumn Sienna Heinz, 30, faces charges for allegedly smoking meth while on the job. (Missoula County Sheriff’s Department)
QUESTION- Would you let a METH HEAD babysit your infant or young child? HELL NO!
But that is exactly what happened at a Montana day care center.
Fox News reports that that Autumn Sienna Heinz, 30, faces charges of endangering the welfare of a child, criminal possession of dangerous drugs and criminal mischief.
Police said it was locked from the inside so nobody could get in. Authorities found a glass pipe with what appeared to be meth residue and a plastic tube full of white crystals, which tested positive for meth.
The meth fumes permeated the entire building and every room tested positive for meth, including the infant room.
A vent fan in the bathroom was used to try to hide the smell of the smoke, according to police.
Heinz had been a full-time employee for three years and worked in the infant area.
She was jailed under a $30,000 bond and told police she had a history of drug use including heroin and opioid pills, according to KTVQ.
Water Rights, Inc. a company that does meth testing, responded to the YMCA Learning Center this week.
The tests were positive for meth within the cabinet and a vent fan in the bathroom, used by people to exhale to try to avoid detection of the odor of the drug being smoked.
Because this was done, the meth fumes appear to have permeated the whole Learning Center. The tests show all of the rooms in the facility had tested positive for meth, including the infant room.
Based on preliminary estimates the cleanup for meth contamination could be more than $80,000.
Enjoy prison tweeker.