Surry Co. students facing criminal charges after marijuana found in vehicles

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SURRY Co., Va. – Three Surry County students are facing criminal charges after authorities found small amounts of marijuana in their vehicles during a random drug search in December.

On December 17, the Surry County Sheriff’s Office used drug-sniffing K9s to search both Luther P. Jackson Middle School and Surry County High School for any illegal drugs.

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While no drugs were found in either school, the K9s did alert officials to three cars in the student parking lot. A search of all three vehicles yielded a small amount of marijuana from each vehicle.

The three student drivers – ages 17, 17 and 18 – were pulled from their classrooms and face criminal charges as well as disciplinary actions from school administrators.

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