Four Bradley Central students to be charged after 'THC dab pen' incident
The Bradley County Sheriff's Office (BCSO) says four students at Bradley Central High School will face drug-related charges after an incident sent three of them to the hospital Wednesday.
Early this morning, school resource officers at the high school were told that a student was possibly under the influence.
SROs found a total of three students who said they had used a 'THC dab pen' provided to them by another Bradley Central student.
Bradley County EMS were called to the scene, and took the three students to Tennova Medical Center as a precaution.
The sheriff's office says SROs found the juvenile student responsible for providing the dab pen, and seized it from him.
After consulting with the District Attorney General and BCSO's Criminal Investigation Division, the school resource officers will file the following charges against the four students:
- Possession of Schedule VI
- Violation of a drug free school zone
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
As all the students are juveniles, the sheriff's office has not released their names.
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