Teacher's mugshot shows students the impact of meth

Teacher's mugshot shows students the impact of meth
Her stash at school included meth, black tar heroin, syringes, and empty plastic baggies (Cook County Jail)

A teacher's harrowing mugshot is teaching her students the danger of methamphetamine.

Oklahoma's Holmes Park Elementary teacher Megan Sloan was arrested after she discussed heroin and selling stolen school property on her Facebook account.

When police went to the school they found Sloan's drug collection stashed inside her classroom, including black tar heroin, methamphetamine, prescription drugs, syringes, empty plastic baggies, and burnt metal spoons.

Her mugshot shows the horrific damage her drug use had on her, as she turned from the happy and vibrant woman in her Facebook photos to the sallow and spotted person in her arrest photos.

A police officer reports that he heard Sloan telling school officials she had stolen money from the school that was supposed to be used for a field trip, and spent it on drugs.

Police say Sloan has admitted stealing two iPads from the school.

She has been charged with one felony count of unlawful possession of a controlled substance in the presence of a minor and a felony count of child neglect.