A high school student in West Linn, Ore., was arrested on drug charges after an officer found "quite an extensive inventory" of illegal drugs in the student's possession.
WEST LINN, Ore. -- A West Linn High School student was arrested on drug charges after an officer found "a candy store of drugs" in the student's possession.
"This student was like a candy store of drugs," West Linn Police School Resource Officer Mike Francis said. "He had quite an extensive inventory."
Francis arrested Garret Taylor Smith, 18, on Dec. 1 on charges of possession of Psilocybin mushrooms and marijuana within 1,000 feet of a school.
Francis received information from a staff member at West Linn High School about two students who smelled like green, unburnt marijuana.
Francis found Smith as he left campus in his car and then later stopped the vehicle on Rosemont Road when Francis was immediately struck by the strong odor of green marijuana.
Smith was later arrested and during the investigation, he was found to have about two ounces of marijuana, plus LSD, hash oil, liquid MDMA, ecstasy, six bongs, flavored rolling papers and a fake urine kit used to fool drug tests.
Smith was taken to the Clackamas County Jail on jailed on $50,000 bail on the possession charges. More charges may be forthcoming.
Story Published: Dec 2, 2010 at 12:26 PM PST
By KATU.com staff
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