A Calhoun High School student was arrested Tuesday after allegedly selling steroids on the school campus.
“This is an ongoing investigation. The investigation has indicated students from several Northwest Georgia schools may be involved in the use of these drugs,” said Sgt. J. Marquez, commander of the Special Operations Division of the Calhoun Police Department. “We are working closely with other agencies on this case.”
According to the Calhoun Police Department:
After an extensive investigation, the Special Operations Division executed a search warrant on a vehicle located in the parking lot of Calhoun High School.
The vehicle belonged to a juvenile student who allegedly was selling anabolic steroids to other students at the school. During the execution of the search warrant numerous vials and pills of suspected anabolic steroids were located and seized.
Also seized were anabolic steroid paraphernalia.
Because the suspect is a juvenile the name has not been released. However, the suspect was taken into custody and later released to his parents.