Autistic teen snared in school drug sting

Oklahoman Published: March 15, 2013
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From www.pe.com: The parents of an autistic student accused of selling marijuana last year to an undercover deputy have prevailed in their effort to have the teen reinstated at the Temecula high school.



The parents, Doug and Catherine Snodgrass, have said their son, who turned 18 in November, had no friends and was hounded by an undercover deputy to get him marijuana.

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