PTA Parents Allegedly Plant Drugs In Rival Mom’s Car
In case you’re wondering why some children grow up to be haters, here’s a prime example.
Kelli Peters, a PTA volunteer from Irvine, cried hysterically in an Orange County court on Thursday as rival parent Kent Easter began his retrial for the alleged revenge plot, ABC reports.
Prosecutors say the 40-year-old dad conspired with wife Jill Easter in 2011 to plant a bag of marijuana, Percocet and Vicodin in the driver’s seat of Peter’s car. The woman was detained for two hours while cops searched her home, but holes in the story soon led investigators to turn their attentions to the Easters…
Orange County prosecutors say the supposed revenge plot was fueled by an incident involving the Easters’ son. The parents, both lawyers, claimed Peters left their son unsupervised at Plaza Vista School and called the child slow.
Jill Easter tried filing a restraining order against Peters, which a judge denied.
In February of 2011, one of the parents allegedly drove to Peters’ home to plant the drugs.
Kent Easter then called the Irvine Police Department and, using a false name and an Indian accent, told the dispatcher that Peters was driving erratically and had hidden a bag of drugs in the vehicle. Kent’s attorneys have never denied that the man made the call.[su_sky_ad]