BASEHOR, KS — A janitor at Basehor-Linwood High School is charged with five counts of theft after Leavenworth County prosecutors said he took a wide variety of items from the school and from students, according to KCTV5.
Students'' clothes, iPods and musical equipment had vanished: The school was also missing items like gym equipment, soap dispensers, laptop computers and toilet paper, the article noted.
According to the article, investigators with the Basehor Police Department got a lead about a stolen iPod at a pawnshop and said that blew the case wide open.
"The Basehor Police Department did a fantastic job," said Leavenworth County Attorney Todd Thompson.
Prosecutors have charged John Henry Bullock, Jr., who worked at the high school as a night janitor, with felony theft and four counts of misdemeanor theft, the article stated.
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