Son of Geneseo Police Officer Gave Out Oxy

13 WHAM - "The Geneseo High School student accused of providing three other players with prescription drugs before a football game last month has been charged.

Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian confirmed Friday afternoon that on September 22, the 16-year-old student took Oxycontin from their parent without the parent's knowledge or consent, then gave the pills to the other players.


"The student is not being named at this time, but 13WHAM News can identify him as the son of a Geneseo Police officer.

The student is being charged with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child, all Class A misdemeanors. He allegedly gave the pills to three other players, who were either 15 or 16 years old at the time.

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According to police, the student was processed and released. He is scheduled to appear in Geneseo Village Court on October 10.

As a result of the allegations, the varsity football team has forfeited the remainder of its season, according to Geneseo Superintendent Timothy Hayes. There were 21 students on the football team; seven of them were kicked off the team for the alleged drug use."

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