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Galion School Custodian Charged With Showing Porn To Boys
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Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 12/19/2012

A Galion Middle School custodian has now been charged with Disseminating Matter Harmful to Juveniles, a fourth-degree felony.

And, he will probably be fired during a special school board meeting on Friday.

59-year-old Roy Nolen is accused of showing pornography on his cell phone to several boys in the school.

This follows the resignation in June of Galion High School custodian, 58-year-old Joe Manely, for viewing pornography on his school computer.

Superintendent Dr. Kathy Jenney says neither man was viewing child pornography, as had been rumored.

She says it's unfortunate and disappointing two employees had to be lost due to such circumstances, but this kind of misconduct will not be tolerated in Galion Schools.

   
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