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Benjamin Cosor Elementary School teacher Dominick Scanna defends drug test decision in heroin scandal

The teacher is also blaming police for a

The teacher is also blaming police for a "botched up" investigation. (March 25, 2014 6:47 PM)

One of seven teachers at the center of a police investigation involving heroin at a Hudson Valley elementary school is defending the group's decision not to take a urine drug test.

The teacher is also blaming police for a "botched up" investigation.

Dominick Scanna is one of seven teachers at the center of a heroin probe at Benjamin Cosor Elementary School that has sparked intense, national...

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