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March 13, 2018Ludlow, Mo. | By: AP
The principal of a northwest Missouri school is charged after prescription medication was stolen from a school.
44-year-old Christopher Scott Calhoun, principal at Southwest Livingston County R-I, was arrested Friday and charged with two counts of felony stealing.
The Livingston County Sheriff's office said Percocet and Adderall were stolen from a locked cabinet in the school in Ludlow. Sheriff Steve Cox says the school nurse reported the missing pills.
Calhoun's bond is $10,000, with a preliminary hearing scheduled for March 28.