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Drug sweep leads to one arrest

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         Law enforcement agents used four specially-trained drug dogs to sweep Pickens High School in an unannounced search Tuesday morning, according to a press conference held later that day.

The dogs “hit” on several spots inside the school, but no drugs were found there during the October 3 sweep. However, a misdemeanor amount of marijuana was found in a student’s car and he was arrested. 

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Gene Abernathy
0 #1 Gene Abernathy 2017-10-07 23:20
Gee. My world feels safer. ( Rolls eyes) Why not go beat up Kindergartners for Milk money now? Its basically the same thing. It is a LEGAL PRODUCT in half the country, and the city of Atlanta. Give it up already ! Bullies with badges trying to make a name for themselves.
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