Police: Snyder County school crossing guard arrested for selling drugs
Selinsgrove, Snyder County (WOLF) A Snyder County crossing guard was arrested at her post Tuesday for allegedly selling drugs.
Police charged 31-year-old Kathryn Elizabeth Miller with four counts of delivery of a controlled substance and unlawful use of a communications facility.
District Attorney Mike Piecuch says Miller was arrested after an ongoing police investigation into drug sales at and around the Selinsgrove Area High School.
Officials say Miller sold marijuana to a police informant four times during February. Two of those sales happened at her crossing post, the other near the Selinsgrove REC Center and the other near her home.
Two search warrants were also executed with Miller’s arrest, where drugs, cash and other evidence was found.
The investigation is ongoing.
“Selling drugs for profit is bad enough, but to do it at or near our schools is unacceptable. I compliment the Selinsgrove Police and other agencies involved for their vigilance and hard work,” said D.A. Piecuch.