Guest Dwight C Posted September 19, 2018 Share Posted September 19, 2018 Student charged after deputies say he was selling marijuana brownies A Franklin County School student is facing a charge Tuesday after deputies say he was selling brownies with marijuana at school. Franklin County Sheriff's Deputies say the 16-year-old was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell or deliver within 1,000 feet of a school. "A School Resource Deputy received information and worked with school staff to make a quick arrest and confiscated about five brownies. He said he only sold one so, just a great effort between the School Resource Deputy and school staff to keep the campus drug free," Franklin County Sheriff A.J. Smith said. The Franklin County Schools Superintendent released this statement Tuesday afternoon: "This was an isolated incident. The district worked with the FCSO to conduct drug sweeps on our K-12 and Alternative Education campuses, last week and no drugs were recovered. The Franklin County School Board has a zero tolerance policy for drugs on campus, and will follow all proper disciplinary procedures in cooperation with local law enforcement." Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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