A Maine Juvenile Has Been Charged With Selling Drugs on School Grounds
According to WGME 13, a Maine juvenile has been charged with selling drugs in a drug-free zone. The news station reports that this is part of a month-long drug trafficking investigation in the area.
The juvenile in question is reportedly from Rockland has been charged with aggravated trafficking of scheduled drugs. The suspect was allegedly selling prescription medication on school grounds, WGME reports.
The selling of the drugs was taking place at a school in the city of Rockland, Maine according to police. Though police did omit which school specifically the selling was occurring at, says WGME.
Police, because the juvenile is under the age of majority, have omitted the identity of the person charged.
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