In a shocking story coming out of a suburb of Seattle, two elementary school principals were placed on leave after one of them had a police encounter at a grocery store while high on cocaine with a loaded firearm.

The two principals, Michael and Meghan Griffin, are married and are both principals at different elementary schools in the Northshore School District.

Responding officers said that Michael’s pupils were dilated and that he also had ‘white powder’ on his lips and was having paranoid delusions.

Michael reportedly claimed that his wife was being trafficked and that she was attempting to communicate with him through secret notes.

“Someone got ahold of her and…their…it’s like a trafficking thing. She has something on her that they can see or like she is communicating with them. She has been writing me notes, you have to trust me”. He said to police.

Michael seemed to imply he was being gang stalked to police, pointing at people in the grocery store and saying there is a ‘team’ of people watching them, and said that there were more in the parking lot.

He also pointed at an Amazon truck near his car and claimed they were trying to get inside of his car.

Officers later located his wife, Meghan in the grocery store with her children.  She said that her husband was paranoid she was having an affair with an old college friend and had become increasingly aggressive over the last month.

The Post Millenial Reports

Two Seattle-area elementary school principals are on leave after their drug use was exposed when one of them was found high on cocaine with a loaded gun at a local grocery store.

Michael and Meghan Griffin, husband and wife, are both elementary school principals in the Northshore School District in Bothell, Washington, and have been placed on administrative leave through the end of the school year.

Michael is the principal at Sunrise Elementary and Meghan is the principal at Moorlands Elementary.

According to police documents obtained by The Post Millennial, on April 30, officers responded to a disturbance call at the QFC on 161 Ave NE in Redmond and found Michael “in a paranoid state likely under the influence of cocaine.”

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