State Police: Fired school worker’s criminal history couldn’t be reported
PORTSMOUTH - School officials didn't know one of its technology employees - who was fired after being charged with online sex crimes - had a criminal history, because the types of his convictions can't be disclosed under state law, said Lt. Nicole Armaganian, spokeswoman for New Hampshire State Police.
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