Preschool teacher accused of having heroin delivered at school

Published On: Jul 02 2013 07:26:40 AM HST

A 20-year-old teacher at Hales Corners Lutheran Preschool is accused of having her heroin delivered to her work.

Kiley Cirillo was charged with four counts of possession or attempted possession of various drugs after someone delivered a bag containing numerous used needles, a spoon with a burnt, white residue and a bottle of pills, police said.

A criminal complaint states Cirillo was at work when someone dropped off a bag of food for her. Another teacher thought something was suspicious and found a piece of foil containing what appeared to be an illegal drug.

Cirillo told authorities she didn’t know what was in the bag, but police said text messages on her phone show she was texting with a friend who wrote, “Do you need some?” Cirillo allegedly wrote back, “just bring some to my work,” and “put it in some food,” police said.

News traveled fast through Cirillo’s Muskego neighborhood where she was previously a popular babysitter.

“She’s a neighborhood kid, and she’s grown up in the neighborhood, yeah we were very shocked to say the least,” said Mike Milstead, a neighbor.

Milstead said he won’t be calling Cirillo again to watch his two children until this situation plays out.

“It’s just the fear of the unknown,” he said. “We do anything to protect our children.”

Cirillo and school officials were not available for comment.

Cirillo’s mother, Camera, said she was shocked beyond belief, and is trying to figure out what happened.

Cirillo has been let go from the preschool, according to her mother.


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