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Youths Nabbed Smoking Pot at Greenwich High School

According to police, security guards at Greenwich High School observed the juveniles smoking what they believed to be marijuana.

 

Two Greenwich High School students, ages 16 and 17, were issued juvenile summons for possession of marijuana on Friday, Jan. 11, after security guards at the school observed them smoking on school grounds.

According to police, security guards at the school observed the male juveniles smoking what they believed to be marijuana. The youths were brought to the administrative offices where the dean of students searched them as per school policy. The two were each found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana weighing under a half ounce, according to police.

One of the youths — the 16 year old — was reportedly identified by another youth as being the seller of the marijuana. That youth was additionally charged with distribution of marijuana. Both were released on a promise to appear in juvenile court in Stamford on Jan. 22.

Police noted that the youth charged with distribution was caught on video surveillance making a transaction on school grounds on Jan. 9.

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A 16-year-old female Greenwich High School student was issued a juvenile summons for possession of marijuana on Thursday, Jan. 10, after security guards at the school observed her smoking what they believed to be marijuana on school grounds.

According to police, security guards observed the female student smoking on school grounds via video surveillance. Security brought her to the administrative offices where the dean of students conducted a search, as per school policy. The student was found to be in possession of a small amount of marijuana weighing under a half ounce, according to police.

The student was released on a promise to appear in juvenile court in Stamford on Jan. 22.

About this column: Arrest information is supplied by the Greenwich Police Department. It does not indicate convictions.

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