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Cops said in a statement that, investigators from several law enforcement agencies found evidence that their home was being used to make meth while, "other items believed to be dangerous were detonated by the State Police bomb squad."
The news came as a shock to the academic community as Kirsty has been an adjunct Math professor at Suffolk University since 1985 and has also taught math at Boston University.
Her 29-year-old son Grigory Genkin, pleaded not guilty to the same charges last month. He was arrested last month after turning himself into authorities, police said.
Kristy will face charges of "distribution of meth, conspiracy to violate the drug law, and drug violation in a school zone," said Middlesex District Attorney office spokeswoman Cara O'Brien told the Boston Globe.
O'Brien added more details about the case will come to light during the arraignment Dec . 21.
Suffolk University has placed Kirsty on administrative leave through the end of the semester, while a spokesperson for BU told the paper it was a "personnel matter."