Talk about stealthy stealing! This isn't a normal case of taking what isn't yours.

We go to New Canaan, Connecticut. Two schools in the area, Saxe Middle School and New Canaan High. Over the years, both schools reported that something seemed off with their money accounts, from 2012 to 2017 to be precise. Trying to figure out why amounts were matching up, they began to look at employees working there. When authorities began to question possible suspects, two names began to surface more and more often.

With NPR reporting, Joanne Pascarelli and Marie Wilson, emerged as the prime suspects in the case of stealing from the school lunchrooms. Joanne was the head of the middle school food program, and Marie was an assistant to the food director at the high school. They are believed to have stolen almost 500,000 dollars! They were arrested and now are awaiting court dates for their possible misdeeds.

Sheesh, and all I heard about growing up was kids bullying others for lunch money...