Oklahoma City students arrested on drug complaints
Two Capitol Hill High School students were arrested on complaints of distributing a controlled substance during school, according to a police incident report.
Two Capitol Hill High School students are accused of possession of a controlled substance during school, according to a police report released Tuesday.
Amanda Delgado, 15, and Alexys Parson, 15, both were arrested Jan. 16 after a police officer found them with a bottle half full of a substance believed to be liquid hydrocodone and cups with liquid in them, the report states.
The officer was tipped off to the girls after an assistant principal told him he could smell a something in the cups.
The two students were taken to the Community Intervention Center and held until they were released to their parents.
School district officials issued the following statement:
“The Oklahoma City Public School District administration is aware of the incident involving two Capitol Hill High School students who came to school with a controlled prescription. An assistant principal at the school found the substance and immediately took action by notifying the Oklahoma City Police Department. The actions of the two students are in direct violation of OKCPS policies and the expectations we have for students. The students involved will be disciplined according to the District Student Code of Conduct.”
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