Assistant coach at Irvine high school arrested for allegedly giving kids Adderall

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IRVINE, Calif. (KNX)An assistant football coach at an Irvine high school was arrested Thursday after he allegedly gave Adderall to football players during 2021 season, police said.

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Anthony Fullman, 30, was arrested on multiple charges, including furnishing a controlled substance to a minor and an enhancement for furnishing a controlled substance to a minor on a school campus, Irvine Police said.

Detective found evidence that Fullman, who also is a part-time Physical Education teacher, provided the prescription medication to a few students.

Irvine Unified School District placed Fullman on administrative leave.

Anyone with any additional information is asked to contact Detective Gavin Hudson at 949-724-7168 or at ghudson@cityofirvine.org.

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