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Attorney Indicted on Drug Charges

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A homework assignment at Mapleton Junior High School caused controversy among many parents who say that students – who were asked to take an inventory of their family medicine cabinets – were forced to participate in an intrusive health class assignment.

A homework assignment at Mapleton Junior High School caused controversy among many parents who say that students – who were asked to take an inventory of their family medicine cabinets – were forced to participate in an intrusive health class assignment.

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A local attorney specializing in construction defect law has been indicted for an alleged suicide scheme. 

51-year-old Nancy Quon faces a felony drug charge.  The indictment claims Quon provided cash to her boyfriend, former Metro Police officer William Webb, to buy the club drug GHB from an undercover officer. 

Police allege that Quon was trying to arrange her own death with drugs that she and Webb incorrectly believed would be undetectable.  Quon denies planning to kill herself.

She is also at the center of a separate federal investigation into corruption and fraud within homeowners associations.  Quon and Webb will be arraigned on Tuesday.

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