The homeowners of a rural Nevada boarding college for at-risk teenagers and adolescents have been arrested on a number of little one endangerment expenses alleging that they served tainted water to college students residing on the facility.
Nye County sheriff Sgt. Adam Tippetts mentioned in a video assertion Wednesday that Marcel Chappuis and his spouse, Patricia Chappuis, have been taken into custody late Tuesday in Las Vegas.
Tippetts says they’re accused of failing to offer sufficient bottled water whereas college students at their Northwest Academy in Amargosa Valley drank, washed and cooked with water discovered to include arsenic.
Marcel Chappuis is due in an area court docket on Thursday.
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The Las Vegas Evaluate-Journal experiences the state Division of Public and Behavioral Well being needs the kids moved to different amenities. A division official didn’t instantly reply to messages from The Related Press.
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