By Red Pill  |  10-27-2017   News
Photo credit: Lee County Sheriff

Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine says that they began noticing large quantities of controlled substances missing from the campus over the periods of several weeks.

After investigating who may have been responsible for the narcotics thefts authorities were then able to shorten the list of potential suspects to a small number of students and staff.

Despite their investigating they had believed that a 26 year old Georgia woman, Caroline Clark Schroeder of Macon was responsible which led authorities to charge her with 20 counts of possession of controlled substances at around 12:30 PM on Thursday.

According to her social media accounts Schroeder is both and Anesthetist at the Veterinary College and a student who has been at the school for some time without incident.

Authorities didn't speculate on why Schroeder may have taken the narcotics but they're pleased she turned herself in without incident after they had placed the warrant for her arrest.

Schroeder will now be detained in the Lee County Detention Center on a $30,000 bond in which authorities say they're still not finished investigating as of yet.

Source:

http://www.al.com/news/montgomery/index.ssf/2017/10/georgia_woman_allegedly_stole.html#incart_river_mobileshort_home_pop

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drugs lmao

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pretty face, what a shame

this is why girls should not be allowed to go to college

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