MISSOULA – Testing shows no drug residue has been found at a Meadow Hill Middle School office.
Missoula County Public Schools hired a contractor on April 24 to conduct tests following the arrest of a former worker on drug charges.
MCPS spokeswoman Hatton Littman says YBI Restoration was hired to check the office occupied by former social worker Marie Dibble following recent allegations of Dibble’s personal drug activity.
A lab in Salt Lake City notified MCPS Superintendent Mark Thane on Friday evening that the tests indicate the office space was clean and showed no evidence of any drug residue, according to Littman.
Dibble faces felony drug charges after meth, heroin, and psychedelic mushrooms were found in her home.