Redlands Unified School District Statement on Teacher Accused of Possessing Controlled Substance, Paraphernalia

Redlands Unified School District officials released a statement Thursday about the arrest a day earlier of a Clement Middle School teacher on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance and paraphernalia.

Jennifer Tena Krogman, 40, was arrested Wednesday at her home in Beaumont. She was cited by Redlands police and released early Thursday. She could not be reached to comment for this report.

Here is the Redlands Unified School District statement, shared with Redlands-Loma Linda Patch by Assistant Superintendent Brad Mason:

"The district has been informed that Jennifer Krogman was arrested on drug related allegations. It is the district's policy once those allegations have been confirmed, to place the employee on paid administrative leave upon return to duty from summer break. This continues until the resolution of the criminal charges and the district's internal investigation."

The East Valley Street Enforcement Team, comprised of Redlands police and San Bernardino County deputies, arrested Krogman at her home in the 1600 block of Apollo Way in Beaumont around 3 p.m. July 31, Redlands police Lt. Travis Martinez said Thursday evening in a phone interview.

Krogman was allegedly packaging a small amount of methamphetamine to be mailed out of state, Martinez said.

For a previous Patch report on Krogman's arrest click here:

Redlands Teacher Accused of Possessing Controlled Substance, Paraphernalia


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