An officer caught a woman in a Lee County school parent pick-up line snorting cocaine off her iPhone.
"She's responsible for other people's lives and she's driving a vehicle where my kids are walking and other kids", Lexington Middle School parent Katie Lindsay told WZVN.
The report states the school resource officer at Lexington Middle School spotted Christina Hester, 39, through a second-floor window chopping a white substance on her phone. Hester allegedly used a credit card to "chop up" the drug, which was determined to be cocaine after Dought tested the substance.
Christina Hester, 39, was booked into a Lee County jail Tuesday on drug charges.
The officer brought Hester inside his office, per WFTX, and asked her if she had anything in her auto.
FOX reports that the incident happened in the school pickup line at Lexington Middle School, during afternoon pickup time, a little before 4 p.m.
The officer conducted a field test on the powder, which was confirmed to be cocaine.
"It's insane. People come to school to learn and not to see people doing drugs in their cars. Especially when there's kids of all ages here", 13-year-old Sara Millican said.
It's still unclear whether Hester has a child who attends the school.