High School Lacrosse Coach Charged With Selling Cocaine
Being a high school lacrosse coach in San Diego can’t pay that much, so it’s understandable that someone would take a second job to bring in extra income.
However, Westview High School lacrosse coach Edward John Jeziorski III probably should not have turned to selling cocaine to make money.
Jeziorski was arrested last week after police claim he sold drugs on several occasions, including selling “a quarter-ounce of cocaine for $650 to an undercover officer.”
Not only will Jeziorski and his fiancee be charged with possession of a controlled substance for sale, they’re also being brought up on charges of child endangerment because their cocaine was in reach of their 2-year-old son.
It’s not like 2-year-olds are always putting things into their mouths or anything. They’re bad enough to control as they are, imagine a coked-out 2-year-old?
Authorities say that Jeziorski is not accused of selling drugs at the high school, so at least he managed to keep his two jobs separate. Though maybe it would have helped his team’s performance.
Coach pleads not guilty to drug-sales charges [San Diego Union Tribune]
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