Residue on Lunch Money Leads to Arrest

A child's school lunch payment led to a mother's arrest, authorities in Shelby County said Monday.  When the child handed a cafeteria worker money to pay at a school in Helena, the employee  noticed  a white, powdery substance.   A school resource officer  recognized it as meth, investigators said.    Now, 44-year old Heather Isaacs of Alabaster is facing charges including chemical endangerment of a child.   "This is just one of many examples that illustrate that drug addiction is not an individual issue,"  Lt. Clay Hammac, the task force's commander, said.

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