Employees Of Outsourced Services Accused Of Stealing From School

Three employees working for the janitorial service used by the Carroll County School System are accused of stealing more than $100 worth of food and drink from a concession stand in Temple High School’s gymnasium. The three face charges of theft-by-taking.
According to the report filed by Carroll County Sheriff’s Office investigators, a video camera recorded three females back on August 27th after 10:00 that evening—entering the concession stand for approximately 20 minutes. The subjects were identified as employees of ABM Southern Management Company, which is a custodial service contracted to clean the school.
A representative of Southern management advised that the three were not authorized to be in the concession stands, according to the report.
The athletic booster club President advised authorities that they wished to pursue charges.
Two of the accused reportedly turned them-selves in on September 6th. The third suspect was arrested September 7th.
The Carroll County School system privatized the janitorial budget for the current school year in order to cut costs.
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