MEMPHIS, Tenn (localmemphhis.com) – Shocking new information on drug charges facing a Tipton County Second Grade teacher.
Tipton County investigators busted Jaime and James Byram for receiving and distributing Ecstasy, LSD, marijuana, Xanax and Butane Hash Oil.
Authorities also found more than $20,000 in cash and an investigation revealed the couple was packaging and selling drugs out of their home. Tipton County District Attorney Mark Davidson says this operation has been going on since November of 2017.
According to an affidavit, the Byrams admitted to receiving and selling marijuana out of their home, on Drummonds Road. Doug Justice lives next door and had no idea this was happening.
“No, you just don’t think that and unfortunately it’s getting to be more and more in this country,” said Doug Justice of Munford.
Davidson says investigators found 20 doses of Ecstasy, LSD, 5.5 pounds of marijuana, 10 doses of Xanax and 138 grams hash oil in their home.
Tipton County Superintendent William Bibb says Jaime Byram has been teaching at Munford Elementary for 13 years. She is now suspended