School principal among 2 accused of trying to sneak drugs into prison

A Brooklyn school principal and another suspect are accused of trying to sneak drugs past prison workers.A Brooklyn school principal and another suspect are accused

A Brooklyn school principal and another suspect are

A Brooklyn school principal and another suspect are accused of trying to sneak drugs past prison workers.

BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn school principal and another suspect are accused of trying to sneak drugs past prison workers.

State police say Sadie Silver and Michael Acosta attempted to deliver narcotics to an inmate at the Coxsackie Correctional Facility in Greene County, New York.

The Department of Education confirms Silver is the principal at Warren Prep Academy.

A DOE spokesperson says Silver is being reassigned.

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