Florida parents, both teachers, supplied weed to underage youths in their home

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Two teachers in Florida have been charged with child neglect and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after they were discovered supplying weed to underage students and consuming it with the youths in their homes. There was no evidence of any criminal activity taking place on the grounds of Viera High School, where the Brands worked. As of Mar. 18, they were each being held on a US$12,500 ($15,625) bond. Beyond that, such a conviction “may also negatively impact parental rights or result in a complete loss of parental rights.” Subscribe to Weekend Dispensary, a new weekly newsletter from The GrowthOp. The police investigation determined that James Brand, 50, and Amy O’Reilly-Brand, 45, “allowed an adult male to move into their residence and engage in an ongoing sexual relationship with their underage daughter,” Sheriff Wayne Ivey notes in the Facebook post.

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Two teachers in Florida have been charged with child neglect and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after they were discovered supplying weed to underage students and consuming it with the youths in their homes.

The charges kicked off earlier this month following the Department of Children and Families receiving a complaint “that both individuals were allowing their underage daughter to have a sexual relationship with an adult (whose age was not provided) and were also supplying and consuming marijuana with students from the high school where they were employed as teachers,” reports...

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