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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - A Syracuse police officer who retired after supplying alcohol to a teenage boy is back in jail with no bail after authorities say they found drugs in his house.
Camillus police say 48-year-old Frederick Baunee (boh-NAY') was initially charged with misdemeanor endangering the welfare of a child after neighborhood children told investigators he supplied them with drugs and cigarettes.
When police searched his home last Thursday, they reported finding psilocybin (sil-eh-SY'-bin) mushrooms and marijuana. He was charged Wednesday with felony drug counts.
Baunee was suspended in 2007 and later retired after being convicted of giving alcohol to a 14-year-old boy and inappropriately touching him. Baunee, who was on probation, is in jail Thursday and doesn't yet have a lawyer.