November 24, 2017
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Three Cape Elizabeth students arrested for allegedly selling pot-laced cookies at school

By Ryan McLaughlin, BDN Staff

CAPE ELIZABETH, Maine — Three juveniles were arrested and multiple others summoned in the wake of cookies laced with marijuana being sold at Cape Elizabeth High School earlier this month, according to police.

Capt. Brent Sinclair of the Cape Elizabeth Police Department said three boys, two 17-year olds and a 15-year old, are facing aggravating trafficking in scheduled drug charges, a Class C felony. The charge is aggravated due to the fact the incident occurred on school grounds.

All three boys were released to the custody of their parents, Sinclair said.

In addition to the three arrestees, three 15-year old boys, four 16-year old boys and Samuel Sherman, 18, were all summoned for possession of marijuana, according to Sinclair.


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