Louisiana medical clinic staffer sold doctor’s notes to students for $20: sheriff


A clerical staffer at a Louisiana medical clinic was arrested after being accused of selling doctor’s notes that high school students would use to skip class Belinda Fondren’s arrest on a false record charge was announced this week by the Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office  The case against the 52-year-old Evans woman stemmed from complaints that she was “selling medical excuses to students at local high schools,” the office said   Mug shot for Belinda Fondren, 52. (Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office) MICHIGAN MOM WHO KILLED HER 3 CHILDREN USED FAKE DOCTOR’S NOTE TO GET THEM OUT OF SCHOOL, INVESTIGATORS SAY Sheriff Sam Craft said Fondren was charging students $20 per note, KPLC-TV reported Wednesday  He said it was common knowledge that the notes were available for purchase at her daughter’s school, Evans High School, the station reported  Two students received excuses on 14 occasions, according to the station. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Fondren’s bond was set at $15,000

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