Raleigh, NC — Hunter Aston Johnson, 16, a student from Wake Christian Academy and cheerleader, was caught selling hydrocodone, Oxycontin, Percocet, Demerol and Xanax out of her BMW on September 22, 2008 and promptly arrested for the crime after a full search of her vehicle. An anonymous informant contacted local police and reported that he or she had seen transactions occurring in the Wake Christian Academy parking lot: a school where tuition costs parents $5,600 in tuition annually. The information further advised police that the drug selling transactions had been occurring for the last 30 days.
Strangely, Johnson, seemingly needed no extra cash: she owned her own BMW. Nevertheless, the teen decided to implement an innovative method for getting some extra cash for spending purposes. Police obtained a warrant so that they could search Johnson’s vehicle, and what they found lead to Johnson’s arrest on drug related charges. She will be dealing with charges for selling controlled substances as well as maintaining a place for the storage of controlled substances for sale. Within the vehicle, Johnson had thirty-four pills, $139.00, and a small can of Suave hairspray. After posting a $10,000 bond, the teen was released.