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An administrative staffer at a Louisiana medical clinic, was arrested after being accused of selling the medical doctor noted that the high school students would skip class.

Private Fondren was arrested, a false record to last, it was announced this week by the Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office.

In the case of the 52-year-old Evans woman to continue out of concern that she was “in the sale of medical excuses to students at the high school,” the office said.

Mug shot for Belinda Fondren, 52.
(The Vernon Parish Sheriff’s Office)

MICHIGAN, TO A MOTHER WHO KILLED HER 3 CHILDREN USING FAKE DOCTOR’S NOTE TO GET OUT OF THE SCHOOL, THE RESEARCHERS SAY

Sheriff Sam Craft said in Fondren, was to charge students $20 for each note, KPLC-TV reported on Wednesday.

He told me that it was common knowledge that the notes will be available for purchase at her daughter’s school, the Evans School, the station reported.

Two of the students had to apologize 14 times, according to the station.

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Fondren’s bond was set at $15,000.

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