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Meadow Hill middle school tests clean for drugs

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MISSOULA - Newly released test results show Meadow Hill Middle School is clean of any possible drug contamination.

Missoula County Public Schools ordered the tests after a social worker was arrested on multiple felony drug charges. Her office was closed and tested by YBI Restoration for drug residue.

On Friday evening, school officials found that tests were negative for any sign of drug residue in the office.

Marie Dibble worked for the school as a social worker from August 2017 to April 2018. Dibble resigned after being charged with possession and intent to distribute opioids. 

Court documents say Dibble came to police's attention back in February. Police found meth, heroin, psilocybin mushrooms and drug paraphernalia at the residence Dibble shared with her boyfriend.

From the Monday, April 30 MCPS press release:

On Tuesday, April 24, 2018, Missoula County Public Schools contracted with YBI Restoration, Inc. to complete a test for drug residue in the Meadow Hill Middle school office occupied by former social worker Marie Dibble. The test was completed due to recent allegations of Ms. Dibble’s personal drug activity.
After expediting shipping of samples to the lab in Salt Lake City, the Superintendent learned Friday evening via phone that the tests indicate the office space was clean and showed no evidence of any drug residue.
The lab reports are not available at this time; the district will follow up with more information as it becomes available.

MCPS identifies middle school staffer arrested for drugs

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