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Music teacher arrested for allegedly selling the school’s instruments July 21, 2010

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Albert J. Crosta, of Toms River, was arrested for allegedly selling clarinets, a violin, French horn and cymbals with a total approximate value of $1,300 between July 7 and July 16 at a local second hand shop.  Crosta, who teaches a class at the high school has been a music teacher at the school for 17 years and is co-director of the Mighty Marching Mariners marching band, the Blue/Gold Wind Symphony and the Stage/Jazz Band at the high school.  Crosta has been asked to appear at the Aug. 17 executive session meeting of the Toms River Regional Board of Education.  I don’t see what he can really say with the charges pending.

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