MADEIRA, OH (FOX19) - A mother was in court Wednesday morning after police say she brought drugs to an elementary school.
Bond for Emily Rosenberger, 31, was set at $2,500. She was also given an electronic monitoring device and ordered to stay away from her child.
Rosenberger was arrested Tuesday at Madeira Elementary after school officials called police saying there was a parent who was intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.
When officers got there, they were told that Rosenberger, 31, was heard by staff in a girls' restroom making "snorting" sounds inside a stall.
After investigation, police say Rosenberger was found to be in possession of hydrocodone, Oxycontin and white powder believed to be cocaine. Rosenberger was charged with three counts of Possession of Drugs and one count of Possessing Drug Paraphernalia. She was taken to the Hamilton County Justice Center and has been released on her own recognizance.
Rosenberger has an 8-year-old child that attends Madeira Elementary School and was at the school to attend a Valentine's Day event. Police say that when the school staff noticed Rosenberger's behavior, they promptly moved her away from students and notified the school administration, who quickly contacted police. The child was released to grandparents by taking a bus, and Hamilton County Children's Services was made aware of the incident.
Prosecutors asked for a high bond, saying if she had not been caught, she would have driven while under the influence of drugs.