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Drug arrests made at high school

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brakingdrugarrestAt Thursday night’s Crescenta Valley Town Council meeting, Deputy Steve Toley told the audience of arrests that occurred at Crescenta Valley High School earlier that day.

Toley first addressed the recent arrest of a Rosemont Middle School student who was arrested on suspicion of possession of a narcotic for sale.

“The student was [allegedly] found with Ecstasy in his possession,” Toley said. “And today there were arrests made of students on suspicion of possession of LSD at Crescenta Valley High School.”

One student was arrested at CVHS on suspicion of possession of narcotics for sale, and one student was arrested on suspicion of possession of a narcotic.  They were released to the custody of their parents, said Sgt. Mike Telles in a later interview.

“Two other students were sent to the hospital [believed to be] under the influence of a narcotic,” said Telles.

The arrests were made on campus about 12:30 p.m.


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1 Response for “Drug arrests made at high school”

  1. Kelly Cowan says:

    As a parent of a 7th Grader at Rosemont, I have to say that I am FURIOUS that the school did not utilize it’s “call system” to notify parents of the “narcotics for sale” arrest. It would have been nice to get a recording of Principal Doll stating the fact that this happened and reminding us that we need to remain vigilant in our commitment to keep drugs out of our schools. We received a call for the confirmed case of H1N1, but not this….I wonder why not? Drugs coming into our schools is a virus even MORE deadly than H1N1, in my opionion. I think it completely appropriate to engage this system when “things” like this occur and it saddens me that I had to read it in the paper (by the way C.V. Weekly, THANK YOU!). Better late than never, I suppose… Let’s all try to remember that “Knowledge is power”.

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