Former high school psychologist placed on probation for possessing marijuana with intent to distribute

JusticeOn April 24, 2017, Shelly J. Moore, a former high school psychologist in Wichita, Kansas, was placed on three years of Community Corrections-supervised probation.  A jury had previously found her guilty of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute, conspiracy to distribute and no drug tax stamp (felonies) and possession of drug paraphernalia (a misdemeanor) for a marijuana pipe in her car.  She was also ordered to pay $1,273 in fees and costs, perform 40 hours of community service and be evaluated for drug and alcohol addiction.

SOURCE: Erin Mathews, “Former Wichita school psychologist granted probation after arrest with 14 pounds of marijuana,” Salina Journal, 25 Apr 2017, http://www.salina.com/crime/former-wichita-school-psychologist-granted-probation-after-arrest-with-pounds/article_bdfc61c6-62cf-5341-9b45-0f2204b38a98.html.


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