Friday, December 11, 2009

You Call It a Class A Felony, I Call It Making the Most of a Bad Budget Situation

Seattle high-school drug counselor indicted:
A drug-and-alcohol-intervention specialist at Seattle's Rainier Beach High School has been indicted on a charge of selling narcotics, at least once leaving the school campus in the middle of the day to make drug deals, according to documents unsealed Friday in U.S. District Court.

Robert Henry Smith, 59, a district employee since 1992 and a drug-intervention counselor at Rainier Beach for the past 12 years, pleaded not guilty to a five-count indictment alleging he and another man — a convicted federal drug felon — were selling the powerful narcotic oxycodone.
What you have there is a drug-and-alcohol-intervention specialist who knows his job inside out and upside down.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous drug rehab intervention said...

Having a professional there who has met with thorategic approach that it strongly advised on drug rehab intervention programs.

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