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Seven students found with pot, paraphernalia

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Dec 05, 2013 - 1:45 PM |
Seven students were found with marijuana and drug paraphernalia used to smoke the pot on Dec. 2 during Greater Sudbury Police Service's most recent sweep of local high schools.

The students were all returned to their school, where they were warned by police for possession of a controlled substance. 2Their parents or guardians were contacted and advised of their child’s involvement with police.

All of these students now face disciplinary action with the school.

“Greater Sudbury Police Service, in partnership with all local school boards, is making every effort to ensure the schools in Greater Sudbury are a safe place for children to learn,” said GSPS in a news release.

“In an effort to deter drug activity, and the potential for violence that often accompanies such activity, the Greater Sudbury Police Service will continue to conduct these types of proactive patrols.”

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