CORNISH, N.H. (AP) - Police say a kitchen manager at a New Hampshire elementary school has been accused of supplying marijuana to a graduating eighth grader.
The Eagle-Times reports Michael Jangel has pleaded not guilty to contributing to the delinquency of a minor and the sale of controlled drugs.
Court documents accuse Jangel, who worked at Cornish Elementary School, of providing "a single nugget" of marijuana to the boy at a graduation party. The boy's mother turned over drug paraphernalia from her son's room and an iPod that she said indicated drug activity with Jangel.
Police said they recovered text messages between the boy and Jangel.
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