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Parent starts fundraiser to replace instruments

Nunda, N.Y. -- After band instruments began disappearing season after season, an investigation pointed to music teacher Danielle Connor-Willowglade.

Connor-Willowglade is now accused of stealing of up to 50 instruments while working as a music teacher in the Keshequa School District.

It appears she pawned the instruments to support a heroin addiction. Details can be found HERE about how the music teacher penalized the kids and lowered their grades when their instruments disappeared.

Although police have recovered 12 instruments at area pawn shops, at least 40 are still missing.

One parent, with four children in the Keshequa Central School District, established an online fundraiser to gather funds to replace the stolen instruments.

You can check it out here.

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Washington Times