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OWOSSO — A fifth-grade Central Elementary student believed to be in possession of an illegal drug was reported to school officials on Tuesday, April 12.

 

if(typeof oTNCMS_Ad.setRelative == 'function'){ oTNCMS_Ad.setRelative(); }oTNCMS_Ad.show();if(typeof oTNCMS_Ad.setRelative == 'function'){ oTNCMS_Ad.setRelative(); }oTNCMS_Ad.show();According to a press release from the school, the student was talking on the playground about possessing marijuana and another student overheard the conversation. It was reported to a teacher, who contacted Principal Mark Erickson, who then contacted Owosso superintendent Dr. Andrea Tuttle. She immediately contacted law enforcement who identified the student was in possession of a “burnt paper and remnants of a marijuana stem.”

 

According to Michael Rau, deputy director of police, the amount is likely not enough to be tested.

 

 

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It all part of Walmart's "See Something, Say Something" campaign.

 

Which means if you think maybe you heard somebody say they may have seen something, well then, roll up that ball of hearsay and submit it to the AUTHORITIES.

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It all part of Walmart's "See Something, Say Something" campaign.

 

Which means if you think maybe you heard somebody say they may have seen something, well then, roll up that ball of hearsay and submit it to the AUTHORITIES.

 

Really when did that start? Is this the next generation dare? He coulda been a patient its none of their phacking business. Kid too young to know any better an keep your mouth shut. Don't invite problems. I hope if babygirl is unable to attend this rally that the family allows a photo to be shown with her story may 25th. Don't judge a book by its cover. Walmart gots their slogan backwards.

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