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Search nets odd substance

A search of Pulaski County High School Friday turned up a “small amount” of a substance believed to be marijuana in the parking lot, but nothing in the school.
“We found no drugs inside the school whatsoever,” Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis said Tuesday. He said rumors to the contrary are incorrect.
Several drug dogs were used Friday to conduct a routine, unannounced check of the school. Davis said the majority of the school was searched with the dogs, as were the parking lots. The sweep turned up “half of a roach” (the end of a marijuana cigarette or joint) about three-quarters of an inch long in one student’s car, and a smoking pipe and a small amount of what appears to be marijuana in a second student’s vehicle.
Both students are juveniles, he noted.
Davis said the evidence has been submitted to a laboratory for analysis. If the substances are confirmed to be marijuana, the case will be turned over to the Commonwealth’s Attorney for prosecution.
The sheriff said anyone who has heard rumors to the contrary and has questions about the search or the results of the search can feel free to contact him (980-7800) and he will discuss it with them one on one.

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Search nets odd substance

A search of Pulaski County High School Friday turned up a “small amount” of a substance believed to be marijuana in the parking lot, but nothing in the school.
“We found no drugs inside the school whatsoever,” Pulaski County Sheriff Jim Davis said Tuesday. He said rumors to the contrary are incorrect.
Several drug dogs were used Friday to conduct a routine, unannounced check of the school. Davis said the majority of the school was searched with the dogs, as were the parking lots. The sweep turned up “half of a roach” (the end of a marijuana cigarette or joint) about three-quarters of an inch long in one student’s car, and a smoking pipe and a small amount of what appears to be marijuana in a second student’s vehicle.
Both students are juveniles, he noted.
Davis said the evidence has been submitted to a laboratory for analysis. If the substances are confirmed to be marijuana, the case will be turned over to the Commonwealth’s Attorney for prosecution.
The sheriff said anyone who has heard rumors to the contrary and has questions about the search or the results of the search can feel free to contact him (980-7800) and he will discuss it with them one on one.

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