And they say that kids don’t know the value of a dollar.

The Washington Post:

Montgomery County police said today they expect to make more arrests in a bust involving three pounds of marijuana and students at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Winston Churchill High School in Potomac and Woodrow Wilson High School in Northwest Washington.

Investigators believe that several students pooled money to buy an unspecified amount of marijuana to sell to other teenagers, police said. Detectives found $6,600 and scales at one of the student’s homes, they said.

Thus far, detectives have arrested two adults and two students — a 17-year-old male from Walt Whitman and a 17-year-old female from Winston Churchill. Among the suspects not charged is at least one student from Woodrow Wilson, police said.

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  1. Ah, yes, the rich punks on dope from Churchill High School. I actually went there, and not much has changed (there or at the other schools) since the 1970s. In 1978 there was quite the drug bust in which the drug buyers were practically standing in line to be arrested. Things got better for awhile when Churchill got a principal who had a zero tolerance policy on drugs, but really, the problem just got displaced to other high schools since the wealthy Potomac parents really couldn’t believe how any school administrator could be SO MEAN to their little darlings.

    Watch for the rich parents crying “entrapment” all over again soon. I wonder if the dealer is here in the country legally?

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