Shirley Robinson, a teacher’s aide who had worked at the Mountain Park Elementary School for 11 years, was fired this week for misconduct after she forgot her meth pipe in a classroom bathroom. The cleaning crew at the school discovered the pipe inside of an eyeglass-case that had been placed high on a shelf and out of the reach of students, according to a note to parents from the school’s principal.
According to the Channel 2 News team, Robinson admitted that the pipe was hers and that she used it to smoke crystal meth, but she denies that she used it at school or near the school. She has not been charged with a crime, a fact that police attribute to not having enough drug residue to conduct proper drug testing. The Fulton school system is leaving further investigation of the incident in the hands of the police.