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Juvenile Charged After Reportedly Mailing Fecal Matter To School

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WORCESTER CO., Md. - A juvenile in Worcester County, was arrested on Monday, after they allegedly mailed fecal matter to a Vice Principal.

The Worcester County Sheriff's Office says on April 30th, a Vice Principal of a Worcester County High School notified a School Security Deputy of a package that he received in the mail, containing fecal matter. The Deputy then went on the alert the U.S. Postal Service of the incident.

On May 2nd, the Deputy was then contacted by a Postal Inspector, who said that two more packages addressed to the Vice Principal had been processed, both of which also apparently had fecal matter inside. An investigation by the Postal Inspector, and the Deputy, lead to a juvenile as the suspect.

On Monday, the juvenile was arrested, and a search of their vehicle reportedly revealed a large quantity of alcohol. Police say the juvenile later admitted to sending the packages. The juvenile was charged with six counts of disturbing activities at school, and possession of alcohol under the age of 21, and was referred to juvenile services for adjudication.

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