School employee arrested for selling fentanyl to special needs students

An employee at a special needs school in California is accused of distributing fentanyl to at least a dozen students, one of which overdosed. 46-year-old Melissa Harloam-Garrison worked as a behavioral aide at the school and was arrested after a police raid revealed more than 100 fentanyl pills in her campus home.

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