School Official on Administrative Leave After Wiretapping Charges

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MONROE COUNTY — A Pleasant Valley School District employee has been put on administrative leave.

Joshua Krebs, the supervisor of support staff, was put on administrative leave after police say he set up a camera on top of a vending machine in a break room.

Krebs was charged with wiretapping following the incident.

According to court papers, Kreb admitted to setting up the camera in the hopes of catching a janitor not doing his job.

The Pleasant Valley School District stated that Krebs will remain on leave for the duration of the case.


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