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Police called after students found sharing prescription drugs

Police and school administrators are looking into reports students at LaVille Junior Senior High School were sharing prescription drugs.

St. Joseph County Police responded to LaVille High School Monday afternoon when a parent notified school administrators that a student may have taken prescription drugs inside the building.

The principal says this incident involves four students and they could be expelled as a result.

While no student was hurt the school is investigating and taking this matter seriously.

“Those pills were shared with other individuals. And they were sold but they were sold outside of the building to non students,” said Nathan McKeand, Principal of LaVille Junior Senior High School.

The principal says a similar incident has happened once before.
The principal says students involved will face consequences but hopes more than anything they get help.



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