MAPS cuts ties with 2 more workers over drug investigation
MERRILL (WAOW) -- The Merrill School District has temporarily cut ties with two more people connected to a major drug investigation.
They are Pete Miller, a former athletic director who recently helped with sporting events, and Tony Crabb, a substitute teacher.
Interim Superintendent Bruce Anderson tells Newsline 9 both of these employees are at-will workers, not full-time employees. He says the district will not hire them to do any work while the investigation is going on.
Miller and Crabb were identified in a criminal complaint as having bought marijuana from Scot Peterson, a longtime Antigo High School football coach.