Complaint originated at school - officials determine alleged transactions occurred outside schoolgrounds
By Linda Ireland
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 1:43 pm
Four teenagers – one only 13 – face charges of trafficking in marijuana.
A two-day investigation by Hodgenville Police Chief Steve Johnson led to evidence that three boys and one girl – ages 13 to 16 – were setting up marijuana buys using a social media account. Johnson believes one of the teens accessed his Facebook account by a cell phone or a school-provided laptop.
The teen is now at the Alternative School, Johnson said; however, he was not at A-School when the alleged transactions occurred.
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