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School custodian steals student's medication

March 10, 2010
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NORRISTOWN, PA — A school custodian was sentenced to two years'' probation after admitting he stole a student''s prescription medication from the school nurse''s office, according to The Mercury.

According to the story, 28-year-old Jonathan Schilling was working as a custodian at Pennbrook Middle School in September of 2009 when he was caught on camera opening a locked cabinet in the nurse’s office and stealing and ingesting prescription medication.

The camera had been installed after an incident three days earlier where 96 tablets of Adderall, a stimulant drug used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), went missing, the story stated.

Schilling was also sentenced to 60 hours of community service, the story added.

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