BEACON TRANSCRIPT – Last week, the authorities arrested a 30-year-old Montana day care worker for building a crack den inside the YMCA Learning Center. Following the woman’s arrest, the authorities discovered that most of the building, including the nursey, was permeated by meth vapors.
Montana Day Care Worker Used a Fan to Conceal the Smell
Autumn Sierra Hein, a 30-year-old Montana day care worker, was taken into custody and charged with drug possession and endangering the welfare of a child after the authorities discovered her crack den.
A full-time employee of the YMCA Learning Center, for the past three years, Heinz, who mostly worked with infants consumed meth and other dangerous drugs at work.
The woman was arrested shortly after another employee called the authorities, concerned about a strange odor coming from somewhere inside the nursery’s laundry.
Upon investigating the laundry room, the authorities discovered a hidden alcove beneath a linen closet. Inside, the Montana Day care worker built a real-like crack den. The authorities seized a heavily-used crack pipe and a plastic tube which contained white, meth-like crystals.
Field tests revealed that the crack tested positive for meth as well as the crystal-filled plastic tube. More than that, the authorities declared that the meth smokes hung so heavily in the air that most of the rooms tested positive for meth, including the nursery.
During her police interview, the 30-year-old Montana day care worker confessed to consuming meth and other drugs while at work but never near the children’s cribs. Heinz also declared that she was using a fan to try and ventilate the smoke.
Based on the police report, Heinz’s crack den was cleverly concealed and even outfitted with a lock on the inside so that the woman could consume drugs unhindered. At the moment, the woman was booked into county jail.
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