Fed Up Couple Medicine College Employees on Strike


An Ohio couple was irritated with college staff on strike and allegedly gave them laxative-laced sugar cookies.

Rachel Sharrock, 25, and Bo J. Cosens, 29, have been charged with contaminating a substance for human consumption Tuesday, The New York Publish reported Friday. They’re being held on $1 million bond every.

The couple was arrested after Uhrichsville police obtained an nameless tip a couple of Fb video posted on Cosens’ web page, the place he expressed frustration over the strike. He was aggravated by the vehicles honking their horns to help the protesters, in accordance with The New York Publish.

There have been two movies posted on April three and April four relating to the putting college staff.

“On this video as effectively, his girlfriend and him speak about mixing laxative tablets with cookies and delivering them to (Ohio Affiliation of Public College Workers) OAPSE staff,” Sgt. Michael Hickman mentioned, the Canton Repository reported.

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“She’s truly holding up a bundle of laxative tablets, and he or she’s popping them out of the bundle, crushing them up and mixing them in with the cookie batter.”

The couple reportedly mentioned sending the cookies to the employees, who’re Claymont Metropolis Colleges staff, in a second video, in accordance with the Repository.

The union members mentioned they obtained the cookies, however didn’t eat them.

“They nonetheless had the plate of cookies, and I used to be capable of confiscate them, and we’re at present on the lookout for a lab to ship the cookies in for testing to verify that, actually, that these have laxatives in them,” Hickman mentioned, the Repository reported.

Cosens additionally allegedly mentioned he would shoot the protesters with a gun, in accordance with the Repository.

The couple was booked into jail Monday, in accordance with the Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Workplace web site.

Claymont Metropolis Colleges superintendent Scott Golec informed The Each day Caller Information Basis the strike started March 21 and lately struck up an settlement.

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“The Claymont Board of Schooling is planning a Particular Board Assembly to vote on the Union’s Ratification of the provide,” Golec mentioned Friday.

Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Workplace didn’t instantly reply to The Each day Caller Information Basis’s request for remark.

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