School Board Member Gets Unwanted Delivery in the Mail

Carl Naso calls police after suspicious package shows up at his home


Strongsville School Board member Carl Naso called police March 21 after receiving a package he did not order and finding "inappropriate" items inside, a report said.

Police Chief Jim Kobak said the box contained six pornographic DVDs. The return address lists a company in Denver, CO, but so far, police haven't been able to track it down.

"I don't think the company exists, but we're still checking," Kobak said.

A trace on the package shows it was shipped from Pittsburgh. Kobak said police are still investigating who sent the box.

Naso could not be reached for comment. 

Kobak said the DVDs in the box seemed to be used.

"They didn't appear to be brand new," he said. "There was no cellophane on them."

William F March 28, 2013 at 03:38 AM
Lyn, do you even have a clue as to why a school system would offer an early retirement incentive? The $39,000 saves the district about 1/2 of a year's salary for a 30 year teacher. If a teacher continues on to 35 years, the district will wind up paying an additional $120,000 over what a new teacher would make. It's a win-win. That's why the BOE is happy to keep it in the contract. Get it now?
Norah Mangan March 28, 2013 at 03:44 AM
Emmet, you're wrong, I'm a hero. My husbands income provide a very comfortable lifestyle for my family. I just stepped up to teach our children because their teachers won't.
William F March 28, 2013 at 03:49 AM
Tad, how about laying off the insults? No one wants to hear this garbage.
lyn March 29, 2013 at 12:58 AM
Apparently YOU have no idea when retirement incentives are offered. It is usually when a business is having or anticipating financial difficulties OR when a large number of employees are near retirement age. It most definitely is not something that is an ongoing offering anywhere. Simply because people DO retire and this is an unnecessary expense. Now do YOU understand?
Kmangzz April 02, 2013 at 04:59 AM
Emmett, schools do not require certain scores either. They post the average score and standard deviations. Say a school has an average ACT score of 32, and say most people are between 30 and 34. People below 30 still get in - just not as many - but it is still possible. So in a way, OSU doesn't "require a higher score" per se, it's just that the people they accept happen to have a score in a certain range.


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