EXETER, NH — A former custodian at Exeter High School
has pleaded guilty to six counts of theft from students at the school, according to the Sea Coast.
In court proceedings July 15 at Exeter District Court
former high school custodian Adam Carmody, 25, pleaded guilty to six counts of theft, all of which occurred while he was employed at the regional high school, the article stated.
The Exeter Police Department
had received numerous complaints of thefts from students at the school occurring over a period of months and in a number of different locations at the school, the article noted.
According to the article, Carmody was charged with 16 counts of theft in total and in a negotiated plea he admitted six counts of theft and was fined $1,200 on each count: His jail time was also suspended for two years given his good behavior.
Carmody will be required to complete 120 hours of community service in addition to paying restitution in the amount of $929.99 to the victims, the article added.