- Associated Press - Sunday, January 19, 2014

SOMERVILLE, N.J. (AP) - The former assistant vice principal at a central New Jersey elementary school has been indicted on charges he sold drugs out of his home.

The Courier News of Bridgewater (https://mycj.co/1ahH4Fq) reports that the indictment returned by a Somerset County grand jury charges 33-year-old John Norton of Bound Brook with two counts each of drug distribution and drug possession with intent to distribute.

State police arrested Norton last December and said they recovered crystal methamphetamine and GHB from his home valued at about $15,000. They also found an unresponsive man who was suffering from a possible drug overdose.

Norton earned $98,000 a year as vice principal of the Elizabeth Avenue School in Franklin Township. He resigned one day after his arrest.

A telephone number for Norton could not be located Sunday.


Information from: Courier News (Bridgewater, N.J.) , https://www.mycentraljersey.com



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