Security Personnel Arrested for Selling Drugs to Students
TORONTO — Police here arrested two security guards hired to monitor Clarkson Secondary School for allegedly selling drugs to students.
The Peel District School Board (PDSB) got wind that Michael Wisznieki, 19, and Kristijan Rados, 20, were engaged in illegal activity after a parent came forward Dec. 4 after hearing that two security personnel were allegedly dealing marijuana, the Toronto Sun reports.
The guards were employed by Securitas Canada, which was hired by the Peel District School board (PDSB) as part of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation. The duo face charges of possession for the purpose of trafficking marijuana and breach of trust.
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