Racine Students Busted For Bringing Drugs To School
RACINE - Two students are busted for bringing crack cocaine to Case High School in Racine.
The two students are facing felony charges. One for having crack cocaine at school, the other for trying to deal it on school grounds.
Both of the students were in court this week. A 17-year-old year old female was charged for taking the crack cocaine she says she found and giving it to a man she knew in the parking lot.
Another student, a 19-year-old, was found with 3.3 grams of crack cocaine in his socks. Officials believe he was trying to sell it at school.
Students that we spoke to today say they weren't surprised by the drug activity at the school
“I don't think it is a dirty secret. I think it is well known by the student population,” student Jamie Demske said.