I have no evidence that a former janitor at Basehor-Linwood High School gave the principal a photo of Bruce Jenner as a resume. Or repeatedly offered to eat an eraser. But authorities believe John Henry Bullock Jr. was stealing iPods, clothes and musical equipment from students, as well as taking laptop computers, soap dispensers, toilet paper and gym equipment, according to KCTV5.
Students started noticing that their stuff was going missing from their locked lockers. Authorities turned their blaming fingers toward Bullock after getting a tip about a stolen iPod, which turned up at a pawnshop.
Prosecutors charged Bullock, a former graveyard-shift janitor at the school, with felony theft and four counts of misdemeanor theft.
"I believe parents, students teachers and staff would hope there's
honesty and respect there needs to be from all who go there and everyone
employed there so anytime action or theft of any kind it's
disappointing," Leavenworth County Attorney Todd Thompson told KCTV5.
If Bullock's interview was anything like this one, Basehor-Linwood school officials should have known what to expect.