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Former Elementary Teacher Charged with Making Meth Twice in 3 Months -- Eric Alvarez

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A former elementary school teacher is charged with making meth twice in 3 months.

Metro police arrested Monica Adkins, 36, and charged her with manufacturing meth and trespassing.

Investigators say she broke into her home to make the meth and started a fire Monday night.

The home was under quarantine from another meth bust May 1.

“I hope she gets the help she needs but I also don't want this on my street ever again,” said one neighbor who wished to remain anonymous.

Metro Nashville Public Schools says Adkins worked at Alex Green Elementary School until 2012.

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