OKLAHOMA CITY - Police said they have arrested a Millwood substitute teacher after she was allegedly drunk and passed out at the school.
According to the police report, 30-year-old April Chamberlain was found passed out in a Millwood High School classroom office Thursday.
"It was very apparent at that time that she had been drinking and as a matter of fact, they looked inside her purse, they could see an open bottle of whiskey that was gone," Oklahoma County Sheriff's spokesperson Mark Meyers said.
Officials said several students said Chamberlain used profanity in classes earlier in the day and seemed disoriented while walking around the classroom.
She is facing public intoxication charges and could face more charges in the future.