Custodian accused of selling drugs
NEW CASTLE, IN — A school custodian was arrested after admitting to selling prescription medications to a student, according to The Star Press.
Debbie S. "Tiny Cakes" Cook, 44, was formally charged on Friday with two counts of dealing in controlled substances, both of which are Class-A felonies and carry standard 30-year prison terms, the article stated.
According to the article, an off-duty police officer working as a school resource officer at the New Castle Area Alternative School was informed by a staff member that "several students had advised him of a student who may have possibly taken some medication."
A male student who was questioned by the police said he received his prescription painkillers from "a staff member" at the school named Debbie, the article noted.
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