A student possessing marijuana arrested at an Edmond school already had sold it to a half-dozen buyers and had 24 bags packaged for sale, an incident report stated.
At about 9:50 a.m. April 23, School Resource Officer Dack Pearson saw the student drive into the parking lot of Boulevard Academy, 215 N. Boulevard Ave., according to the report filed by Pearson.
Pearson, who is assigned to the school, stated he knew the student did not have a first hour and arrives when second hour begins. Pearson stated the student, the sole occupant, got out of the car and went into the school.
Officer Joe Rice and his K9 partner and Detective Greg Hunt assisted him, Pearson stated.
Pearson stated he escorted the student from his classroom to the parking lot and he said he did not have any contraband. Pearson stated he told the student based on information about him they were going to conduct a K9 search of his vehicle.
During the search, a small bag containing a green leafy substance was found in a dashboard compartment, a glass smoking pipe, a large plastic bag containing the substance and individually packaged bags containing the substance were found in a rear seat pocket, Pearson stated.
Pearson stated he arrested the student who agreed to talk to him at the police station.
Pearson stated the student said he began selling marijuana 12 days earlier to pay for a speeding ticket. Pearson stated the student said he bought a half ounce and one ounce from an unidentified male on two separate days.
The student said he had sold marijuana to six to seven people, but the pot found in the vehicle belonged to him and was intended for self consumption, Pearson stated.
The report did not state if the previous buyers were students.
Pearson stated the student had 24 bags containing the substance and a total of 33.2 grams of what tested positive for marijuana. The 18-year-old student was arrested on a possession of marijuana with intent to distribute within 2,000 feet of a public school complaint, according to the police incident report.
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