Girls caught with marijuana at school in Pueblo

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PUEBLO, Colo. -- Three girls were cited for drug possession at an elementary school in Pueblo.

The students were found in possession with marijuana at Ben Franklin Elementary School in January, said police.

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8 comments

  • D.R. Commish

    WHAT?!???
    You mean it’s gotten easier for Elementary School students to get ahold of marijuana, an hallucinogenic drug, and actually take it to Elementary School with them?
    How on earth did THAT happen?

  • Codswallop Hogwash

    Now do you realize what a stupid move legaizing pot was?
    And Scott, all the evidence suggests it is NOT good for us.
    But then, you cannot tell stupid people the truth. They have to learn the hard way.

  • Skip Forrest

    STUPID DOPERS…. WHO COULDN’T HAVE SEEN THIS COMING? AND NOW THE PARENTS WILL BE CHARGED WITH CHILD ABUSE AND THE GOVERNMENT CAN PICK UP THE TAB OF REARING THESE RETARDS UNTIL THEY ARE 18…. ALL THAT I HAVE POSTED IS COMING TRUE.

  • Matthew Lesewski

    What are you saying, that kids didn’t try drugs before they were legalized? Get a grip, I, in know way condone kids doing drugs but pots better then alcohol or cigarettes, in all of the recorded years no one has died of lung cancer or cirrhosis. Think on that one!!

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