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A Cape daycare employee arrested for selling hydrocodone with kids present

Oct 02, 2012 -- 11:00am


The owner of a Cape Girardeau daycare who allegedly sold hydrocodone pills while children were in her care was arrested Monday.  37-year-old Keisha McReynolds is charged with one felony count of distributing controlled substances near a daycare center.  McReynolds allegedly 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 is in Cape Girardeau County Jail on a 100-thousand-dollar bond.  Her attorney filed for a change of judge and a court date is pending.

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