"Why did a Memphis day care let a drug dealer into its business?" That is the question that was asked over and over again by Fox news anchor Trey Paul to daycare director Terry Oliver.
It was early this week on Tuesday (January 20) when Memphis Police were chasing an alleged crack dealer when the suspected drug dealer attempted to use a daycare in Midtown as cover.
Apparently, suspected dealer Terrell Phillips approached the door of The Academy Day Care and was welcomed into their facility under the disguise of wanting to use the restroom.
The day care wasn't aware that Phillips was a suspect being chased by the Memphis Police for allegedly selling crack cocaine nearby on Peach Street.
Fox 13 Good Morning Memphis anchor Trey Paul visited Academy Day Care to question why they let the drug dealer in.
Paul can be seen questioning the Academy Day Care Director Terry Oliver on multiple times during the interview on why they let the drug dealer in 'without using their intercom or asking who he was.'
Oliver can be seen and heard sticking to her logical reason claiming that they greet potential clients who come to their door with 'how can I help you?'
Oliver emphasized that it would not be business-wise to greet a possible customer by speaking to them and questioning them only through their intercom.
"All our clients are strangers until we know them," stated Oliver.
Still, Trey Paul persists with question after question as Oliver simply OWNS THE INTERVIEW and even 'flipped the script' or 'turned the tables' questioning the Memphis Mayor and the city on how a sting operation was held so close to a facility for children which may not have been handled appropriately or possibly security measures could have been more in place to prevent what happened.
Watch Memphis daycare director Terry Oliver of The Academy Daycare defending why they let a drug dealer in during her interview with Fox News reporter Trey Paul.