Preschool teacher allegedly had heroin delivered to school
MUSKEGO - A woman has been charged with numerous crimes after allegedly having drugs delivered to the preschool where she worked.
According to the criminal complaint, a suspicious package was delivered to the Hales Corners Lutheran preschool on May 9, addressed to one of their teachers, Kiley Cirillo. The school director opened the package and found what she believed to be an illegal drug inside and called the New Berlin Police Department.
Cirillo had reportedly told another teacher her friend would be dropping off food for her.
"Cirillo's friend did give [the teacher] the brown paper bag from Culvers Restaurant and inside the bag was a box of of Sour Patch Kids which appeared to be opened," the criminal complaint said. "He looked inside the box and found an unopened plastic pouch containing the candy and a wad of kleenex. The kleenex did contain a small piece of folded up foil and in the foil was a small gray pebble that appeared to be an illegal drug."
When Cirillo approached the teacher, he told her the package hadn't been delivered yet. She later said she believed the package was supposed to only be food, but text messages showed that Cirillo asked the woman who delivered the package to hide what she was delivering under some food.
When police searched a bag Cirillo was known to keep at the school, they found "numerous used needles, a plastic zip lock ba containing wet brown cotton balls, a silver spoon containing burnt white residue, a small silver bowl that also appeared to contain burnt residue, a blue rubber cord, [and] an unmarked orange pill bottle containing two unknown pills and two Suboxone pads."
Cirillo has been charged with Attempted Possession of Narcotic Drugs, two counts of Possession of a Controlled Susbstance and one count of Possession of Drug Paraphernelia.