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A Cape daycare employee arrested for selling hydrocodone pleads guilty

Dec 03, 2012 -- 2:40pm


The owner of a Cape Girardeau daycare who sold hydrocodone pills while children were in her care pleads guilty in court.  38-year-old Keisha McReynolds pled Monday to one felony count of distributing controlled substances.  McReynolds sold 16 pills for 60-dollars to a SEMO Drug Task Force confidential informant September 26th at the Beautiful Beginnings daycare center at 26-25 Hopper Road.  The sale happened during business hours while at least 8 children were present.  The state department of health and senior services shut down the daycare the next day.  McReynolds entered her plea before Judge William Syler.  She will be sentenced January 7th and faces 5 to 15 years in state prison.

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