WATERTOWN, CT — A Watertown High School janitor was recently arrested and charged with fourth-degree larceny, according to the Town Times.
Ronald Sirois, who was stopped by police for traffic violations, was found to be in possession of various cleaning supplies from the school he is paid to clean, the story stated.
Watertown Police Department Spokesperson Lieutenant Mark Raimo said: "After running a stop sign at the high school, coming on to French Street, he was found to be driving under the influence. Then, in the back of his truck, quite a bit of supplies from the high school were found."
The items Sirois supposedly took from the school, an estimated $600 in supplies, include: Windex®; mops and brooms; toilet paper; and paper towels, the story noted.
Sirois was placed on administrative leave from Watertown High School immediately following news of the incident, the story added.
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