Long Island School Bus Driver Accused of Selling Heroin Between Trips

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Anna Kovarick, 38, has been charged with dealing hard drugs while she's not ferrying Catholic school kids back and forth across West Islip. A 15-year veteran of Acme Bus Company, Kovarick is not accused of driving while high on heroin, just selling during school hours, after which she'd allegedly drop the children off at home and then "go out again and sell more heroin," according to Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota. Kovarick allegedly sold up to 500 baggies every few days. No one can say she doesn't work hard.