Forum staff reports, Published May 05 2011
Fargo police expect several students to be charged with drug possession after K-9 searchFARGO – Police expect five students will be charged with drug possession after a routine K-9 search of Fargo South High School parking lots today.
Police wrote long form complaints alleging an adult male and a juvenile with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
Another man and one male juvenile face charges of possession of drug paraphernalia.
One adult female will be charged with possession of alcohol.
None of the five were arrested. The complaints will be sent to the Cass County State’s Attorney’s Office for charges.
Lt. Joel Vettel said the search only lasted about an hour. The school was in a learning lockdown during the search.