Fight against teen drug use on campuses continues

Fight against teen drug use on campuses continues

Local Law Enforcement continue their fight against rampant drug use among many teens in Amador County.  Recently, Sutter Creek Police reported arresting two girls at Amador High School after complaints of multiple students having tobacco, marijuana and other drugs on school grounds.  After an investigation, two Sutter Creek boys, both age 16, and a 16-year-old Plymouth boy were issued misdemeanor citations for being in possession of tobacco.  A 16-year-old Fiddletown girl was arrested for being in possession of approximately 8 grams of marijuana while on school grounds, and for possession of tobacco.  A 15-year-old Pioneer girl was arrested for possession of controlled substances, tobacco, and a knife on school grounds.

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