Florida parents accused of running high school drug ring
LOXAHATCHEE, Fla (WPTV) —
A Florida family's drug ring was shut down by authorities after the 16-year-old daughter was caught at her high school with cocaine and marijuana.
"I worry about my daughter -- she's in junior school right now," says parent Kathy Huynh.
It's not the type of learning environment any parent wants their child to be exposed to.
"For the parents they should be ashamed of themselves, they should really be ashamed of themselves because that's not right," said Michelle Lopez, another parent of a student who attends the school.
Police report that 41-year-old Carnell Anderson and 37-year-old Stephanie Wransky are behind a family drug operation that involved a 16-year-old at Seminole Ridge High School selling drugs to other students.
The police report states a search warrant of the family's Loxahatchee home uncovered more than 50 grams of cocaine scattered throughout the master bedroom, as well as a relative's bedroom, including bags inside nightstands and a pink care bear lunch box.
Seminole ridge high school parents say they were never notified about Monday’s arrest.
"They should be notifying everybody and they should, I mean they try, I get emails for other things, but when it's a severity like that, they need to do a call out when it happens because I didn't get any call out," said Lopez
A second juvenile living at the home who is 8-years-old is now in the care of the Florida Department of Children and Families. Both adults have since bonded out of jail.