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Ohio University employee faces obstruction charge after lab assistant stole, sold human bones
Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Wednesday, January 15, 2014 7:28 AM EST
An Ohio University supervisor has been charged with a felony count of obstructing justice after human bones were stolen from the medical college.
Reed oversaw the medical college office that supports integration of health information technology in the classroom. A university spokeswoman says he's been put on paid administrative leave.
The former lab assistant, 28-year-old Weston Henri Moquin , pleaded guilty to selling the bones. His attorney says he did it to support a drug habit.
Online court records listed no attorney for Reed, who is not accused of participating in Moquin's scheme.