CLAYTON -- In Clayton, N.C. investigators say they don't suspect a second-grade teacher of being a drug manufacturer or dealer, but she's in trouble for assisting in the process. Johnston County teacher Amy Snead lee is out on bail after being arrested and led out of school in handcuffs Tuesday. She faces charges of possessing the ingredients to make meth and buying more than the legal amount of pseudo-ephedrine, an ingredient in certain cold medicines. Johnston County Sheriff Steve Bizzell said, "We're going to send a message. And that is you're not going to cook meth, you're not going to shop around and buy the ephedrine or pseudo ephedrine in order to make meth." Four others have also been arrested. Detectives are expecting to arrest about 45 others suspected of making or distributing meth.
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