Custodian Accused of Selling Drugs on School Grounds in Maryland

Authorities say Kiayer Kenneth Chapman, 23 -- who was working the evening shift as a temporary custodian -- was selling drugs at the school after classes were dismissed for the day

Friday, Jan 11, 2013  |  Updated 5:36 PM EDT
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Custodian Accused of Selling Drugs at School

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An Accokeek man is accused of selling drugs at the school where he worked.

Authorities say Kiayer Kenneth Chapman, 23 -- who was working the evening shift as a temporary custodian -- was selling drugs at the school after classes were dismissed for the day.

The investigation began when a school resource officer at North Point High School in Waldorf received a tip Thursday. That night, a police K9 alerted officers to the presence of drugs in Chapman's vehicle, which was parked in the school parking lot.

Officers say they found two sandwich-size bags of marijuana with an estimated street value of $500, a digital scale and cash inside the car.

Chapman has been charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute, possession of a controlled dangerous substance on school property, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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