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A DAYCARE EMPLOYEEARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLYSMOKING METH WHILE ONTHE JOB WAS REPORTED TOHAVE A "DRUG DEN" AT THEFACILITY.

THE YMCA LEARNINGCENTER HAS BEEN CLOSEDWHILE CLEANUP CREWSREMOVE METH RESIDUEFROM THE FACILITY.

TODAY, THE EMPLOYEECHARGED WITH THREEFELONIES MADE HER FIRSTCOURT APPEARANCE.

MTN'S CONNORMCCAULEY WAS IN COURTAND BRINGS US THE LATEST.

CONNOR.

30 YEAR OLD AUTUMNSIENNA HEINZ IS CHARGEDWITH THREE FELONIES;ENDANGERING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD, CRIMINALPOSSESSION OFDANGEROUS DRUGS ANDCRIMINAL MISCHIEF.

IN CHARGING DOCUMENTS,MISSOULA POLICE RECEIVEDA PHONE CALL FROM AYMCA LEARNING CENTEREMPLOYEE TUESDAY STATING THAT A POSSIBLEDRUG KIT HAD BEENLOCATED AT THE DAYCARE.

THE EMPLOYEE TOLDPOLICE SHE HAD SEENHEINZ, HIDING BENEATH ACABINET IN THE LAUNDRYROOM THE WEEK PRIORINWHATCAN BE DESCRIBED AS A "DRUG DEN".

POLICE DETECTIVESSEARCHED THE LEARNINGCENTERANDFOUND A HARDCASE THAT CONTAINED AGLASS PIPE WITH WHATAPPEARED TO BE METH RESIDUE, A PLASTIC TUBEFULL OF WHITE CRYSTALSAMONG OTHER ITEMS.

THE WHITE CRYSTALSTESTED POSITIVE FORMETHAMPHETAMINE.

A THIRD PARTY CONDUCTEDTESTS FOR METH INSIDE THEBUILDING AND RESULTSCONCLUDED THE DRUG WASPRESENT ALL OVER THELEARNING CENTER.

MISSOULA COUNTY DEPUTYPROSECUTOR JAMESMCCUBBIN SAYS HEINZEXHALED THE METH SMOKETHOUGH A BATHROOM VENTTO AVOID DETECTION.

JAMESMCCUBBIN/DEPUTYCOUNTY ATTORNEY:"THE BATHROOM WAS THENTESTED THE BATHROOMWAS POSITIVE FOR METHAMPHETAMINES ANDSO WAS THE AIR VENT INTHE BATHROOM WHICH LEDTHE ENVIRONMENTAL TESTERAND DETECTIVES TOBELIEVE THAT SHE HAD BEEN SMOKINGMETHAMPHETAMINES ANDEXHALING INTO THE VENTSYSTEM TO TRY AND AVOIDDETECTION UNFORTUNATELYWHAT THAT DID IS IT SPREAD THE METHAMPHETAMINESTHROUGHOUT THE WHOLEBUILDING EVERY ROOM INTHE FACILITY HAS NOWTESTED POSITIVE FORMETHAMPHETAMINE ALL OF THE CHILDREN APPEAR TOHAVE BEEN EXPOSEDHOPEFULLY NONE OF THEMWILL TEST POSITIVE.

" IN COURT DOCUMENTS,HEINZ REPORTED TO POLICETHAT SHE HAD AN OPIOIDDRUG ADDICTION ANDADMITTED TO USING HEROIN BEFORE ATTENDING AMETHADONE CLINIC IN2013.

THE JUDGE SET HEINZ'SBOND AT30-THOUSANDDOLLARS AND WILL APPEARAGAIN IN COURT ON APRIL26TH.

BACK TO YOU.

THANKS, CONNOR.

THE LEARNING CENTER'SDIRECTOR REPORTED HEINZHAD BEEN A FULL TIMEEMPLOYEE FOR THREEYEARS AND WORKED IN THEINFANT AREA, WHICH HAS 18 ENROLLED IN THE INFANTSSECTION.

A CALIFORNIA MAN DIED INA VEHICLE ROLLOVERACCIDENT EARLY THIS(THURS) MORN.

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